Introducing the new range of Pantone colors Rain Edition. Each color is given by the mixture of a color Pantone Universe, rain, dust and a pinch of creativity. Pantone began as a commercial printing company in the In they hired recent Hofst…
Too lazy, busy, or strapped for cash to take a vacation? Caldwell Turner of College Humor has you covered with a series of travel posters that encourage you to venture no further than the kitchen. Full collection at College Humor. Go on a real vacay.
This anti pepsi ad is a great example of semantic memory. You automatically know that this is the pepsi logo because of brand awareness. This shows that soft drinks such as this can make you fat so you must be careful what you put into your body.
OPTICAL ILLUSION MOVIE POSTERS England-based graphic designer Rowan Stocks Moore has created a series of clever Disney posters. Many of the designs use optical illusions so that multiple images are shown and some are hidden.
Typography - Minimalist Simpsons - This image uses mostly 'bold' words and all capitals to grab the viewer's eyes. The D'OH and Bart! words stick out, and along with the bottom saying 'Simpsons' in all caps, the viewer gets the jist of the message.
Bench Presses Advertisement into Bare Thighs: The ad agency DDB Auckland altered benches to press an advertisement for Superette, a clothing chain in New Zealand, into the bare legs of people who sit on them. They read "Short shorts on sale Superette"