Back in the day, images were spread through society at something well below the speed of light. They were printed. On paper. And then disseminated. I know: how archaic can you get? Even so, images found their way into the collective consciousness, usually via college campuses. The tennis player scratching her butt. (Don’t ask.) Various pictures of open-mouthed hippos as diet destruction deterrents. Escher. These days, the “good stuff” arrives via email. TTAG’s William C. Montgomery sent me this one. As did my financial adviser. The image draws its power from the text, and the fact that there’s no central focal point. Your eyes are drawn from the text (left), to the bullseye (right). There’s no place to “rest.” Also note: the shooter’s hair is tied-up, which de-sexualizes the violent sexual message. And the gun is so subtle it’s almost implied. Also clock the target’s flat-top haircut and steroidal trapezius muscles. It’s a menacing image within a menacing image.