Vigilant Citizen — Sept 27, 2017
In this edition of SPOTM: Gwen Stephani, Miley Cyrus, Harrison Ford, and more proof that one-eye symbolism is a requirement to remain in the good graces of the entertainment industry.
As usual, the one-eye sign popped up everywhere in mainstream media in the past month. It can be seen on the cover of magazines, on the cover of music albums, on movie posters, and even on non-relevant ads. We are constantly reminded of who owns this entire industry, yet very few people actually see it.
Ryan Gosling stars in the upcoming movie Bladerunner 2049. Wired Magazine published an article promoting that movie and this is the main picture of the article. One-Eye. In your face. Tell a friend. Also, that robot head above Ryan has something going on in the right eye as well. Click to enlarge
Harrison Ford is the other star of Bladerunner 2049. He was featured in the cover story of GQ magazine to promote that movie as well. Once again, the one-eye sign. In your face. Tell a friend. Click to enlarge
To make 100% sure that you understand that there is nothing “random” about this one-eye thing, here’s another one. There is something sad about these old guys forced to do these ridiculous signs to stay relevant. Click to enlarge