Adobe’s Headquarters Is One Big Frickin’ Puzzle

This is bizarre and kind of cool. Adobe’s HQ in California has some sort of semaphore puzzle. It’s a set of flathead screw-like symbols that rotate periodically. It was designed by Ben Rubin. I like it. It’s intriguing, dynamic and nicely offsets that lifeless feeling we often associate with “corporate headquarters.” I also like the notion of this physical entity communicating with its surrounding world. In a strange way, it’s kind of endearing.
Then again, it just may be because I really enjoy Adobe’s products. Either way, check it out. And if you can decipher the code, you get a prize (or something).

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