Clichés: Light Bulb Pictures in PowerPoint

Created: Thursday, July 23, 2015, posted by at 9:30 am


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If someone wants a visual to express a bright idea, chances are they will use a picture of a light bulb! And probably there are thousands of people who decide to use that picture of a light bulb for the same reason – and that’s made it a visual cliché! Can you imagine that a search for the term “bright idea” on Google Images got us almost nothing but light bulbs? OK – now one has to wonder — does a bright idea concept even visualize as something other than a light bulb? On the other hand, does a light bulb represent anything other than a bright idea?

Clichés: Light Bulb Pictures

Explore alternatives for visual clichés pertaining to the light bulb.



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