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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.

Advertising campaign for Colsubsidio Book Exchange, using negative space to depict a second story within the first. (Here: Snow White/Sherlock Holmes.) Produced by

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Classic Designs - When it comes to classic designs, La Boca has taken a different spin on movie posters that most have accepted as iconic in pop culture. From Rocky .

caramelpussy: “Illustrated movie poster based on Jonathan Glazer’s “Under The Skin” Illustration by Lauren O’Neill ”

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"

Surf Royale by Dario Genuardi

Surf Royale by Dario Genuardi, via Behance. Simple vector art, minimal color scheme, nice touches of rose and guitar, and the skull of the skeleton is shaded with dots in a comic book fashion.

POSTER - This ad promotes talking about issues instead of resorting to violence. It transforms weapons into tools that are used to speak.

black red movie posters reimagined film classic style cool hot - British artist and designer Olly Moss has re-imagined eight movie classics in minimalist black and red color schemes. Olly Moss first gained recog.

Nice little advert for Jeep by Dannish agency Bates Y&R. The Jeep parking space event took place over a few weeks in the spring of 2007 in Copenhagen. The main objective being to make the Jeep brand part of the urban enviroment in a surprising way.

Avec Volskwagen vous êtes en sécurité.

Great art direction for the VW Golf . voted safest car ever in its class / seatbelt advertising

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