Black text on a yellow triangle over yellow text on a brown background
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The phrase “Yield, it’s more fun” featured on a downwards facing yellow equilateral triangle was a popular visual in the 1970s. It was most frequently seen on iron-on patches and buttons. The yellow yield sign was introduced to American streets in 1950 to assign right of way and encourage caution when merging. In 1971, the sign was updated to white with a red border and text, similar to the aesthetics of a stop sign.
Moeur, R.C. (2017, September 13). Were Yield signs ever yellow? Manual of Traffic Signs. Retrieved October 30, 2020, from http://www.trafficsign.us/yellowyield.html.