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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.

Attention Getting Compilation

I think the coffee elevator, I would take the stairs. Really like the dog ad. Omg the condom so hilarious


Funny pictures about Koleston natural hair ad. Oh, and cool pics about Koleston natural hair ad. Also, Koleston natural hair ad photos.


Credit: Amnesty International Design: Amnesty International, 1995 (Israel) A poster for the Israeli branch by graphic designer Lemel Yossi KL-Great use of limited color, negative space and type

5 Creative and Effective Minimal Print Ads

5 Creative and Effective Minimal Print Ads

Lego Print Ad This is a super simple, yet super clever ad that makes use of a single image, and doesn't even use copy. It shows that Lego is more than just a toy - it's about imagination for the kids that use them.

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Clever ads for Comex Paint using iconic cartoon characters and their identifying colours. Bright, eye-catching and to the point: they can match any colour!

Powerful social issue ads #ads #print

Powerful social issue ads

Función comercial: vender productos o servicios. Se denomina 'visual merchandising' a la gestión de la comunicación visual en el punto de la venta.

Creative COCA COLA Olympic Ads: I liked the simplistic nature of the image and how its achieved through just the use of colour.

Minimalist Print Ads

McDonald’s – Wi-Fries Great ad from McDonals’s to promote free Wi-fi in their restaurants, created by DDB Sydney.

animal logo

use of white space is succesful because the black and white create different perspectives on the animal Mais

Words make a thousand pictures

The creator of these logos has used a unique approach to typography. By playing with and arranging letters, very creative logos were formed. These simple, yet interesting logos are an example of the power that typography can have in design.