In the 1960s the Daily Mirror newspaper famously placed a story about a Soviet diplomat alongside an image of Christine Keeler. In the light of the Profumo affair, a seemingly innocent juxtaposition took on deeper meaning, a nod-nod, wink-wink from Fleet Street.
In today's Guardian there's an overhead image of Mount Kilimanjaro without its famous white snowy peak. Beneath is the headline: 'Brown to hold down petrol duties'. Genius.