Do you know what you eat? - a campaign about genetically modified plants.
Unlike the topic that is quite controversial, these prints, made by BBDO Moscow are quite brilliant.
This advertisement stood out to me because it is unrealistic. The fact that the vegetables are turned into insects makes it look made up. By turning them into insects, it really shows the theme of them being genetically modified.
Truth and Lies
Series of honest posters by talented graphic designer Justin Barber uncovers the hidden truth behind white lies that people often tell and hear from others.
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These posters are all unified and appear to be part of the same series. The style is similar for each one and the font is also the same. By using white as the objects and text, it appears to be simplified and modern. The bold colours in the background add interest to the piece without making it too complex. I think that the icons could have had slightly more detail but they communicate immediately because they are so simple.
Advertising Agency: Zephyr WPD, Auckland, Australia
This advertisement emphasizes the the fact that this product is 100% freshly squeezed orange juice. The bold font draws attention to the images, while the arrow creates movement. The viewers eye is easily drawn around the advertisement. The natural colours work well with the concept and keep it looking organic and raw.
….by megan lee….
This advertisement is very bright and bold, just like coffee. It has the perfect style for what it is selling and I think it communicates that very well. The combination of red and yellow is very eye popping and by adding the black at the bottom, it creates a huge level of contrast. I like that the entire poster is balanced in the center, including the type.
I think this piece is very simple and informative. It is relatable to all designers because it is more or less the process in which we go through to make a product. The black and white colour scheme keeps the poster from being too hectic, although a little colour would not have been a bad thing. The graphic symbols are very easily understood and get straight to the point.
I really like how there is a strong sense of foreground, middle ground, and background in this piece. I think it makes it more dynamic and the winde bottles really contribute to that aspect. The colour palette is very strong because it relates to the setting; it almost makes the viewer sea sick or slightly drunk. I also like how the subject (the man) is the only thing in this image that is very detailed.
These posters initially grabbed my attention because I absolutely love the simpsons. After looking at them, I really admired the bold look that they all had. I like that they can each stand alone but they also work visually as a group. The bold black line really defines the character and makes your eye go straight to them. Then you notice the coloured text in the background (their catch phrase). I like the composition of each poster because I believe they are well balanced with the weight of the text and their faces.