WWF Posters designed by Caroline Brickell of Ogilvy & Mather Gurgaon ad agency for WWF India

WWF Posters designed by Caroline Brickell of Ogilvy & Mather Gurgaon ad agency for WWF India

Moorgate Exchange. Connecting the dots – dn&co. - created via http://pinthemall.net

Moorgate Exchange. Connecting the dots – dn&co. - created via http://pinthemall.net

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This advertising campaign looks elegant and classy by the use of white and little colour, simple layout. Appealing to a higher end, upper-class audience. The red representing japan dripping down to represent the sadness of the Opera, may also represent the blood of the tragic death of Madama Butterfly.

This advertising campaign looks elegant and classy by the use of white and little colour, simple layout. Appealing to a higher end, upper-class audience. The red representing japan dripping down to represent the sadness of the Opera, may also represent the blood of the tragic death of Madama Butterfly.

Like the playful nature of this, an example of how well-known branding can be used creatively - Target Branding by Allan Peters

Like the playful nature of this, an example of how well-known branding can be used creatively - Target Branding by Allan Peters


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Watch: Immensely Satisfying Animations Of Minimalist Logos, Graphic Posters - DesignTAXI.com

Watch: Immensely Satisfying Animations Of Minimalist Logos, Graphic Posters - DesignTAXI.com

different levels of transparency, overlapping colour, different print effects like halfone and silk screen look and feel.

different levels of transparency, overlapping colour, different print effects like halfone and silk screen look and feel.

using layers of geometric shapes with color transparency creates tension and add depth to the overall poster.

using layers of geometric shapes with color transparency creates tension and add depth to the overall poster.

I think this is a really strong ad. They don't have overlapping circles and the point definitely gets to the viewer.

I think this is a really strong ad. They don't have overlapping circles and the point definitely gets to the viewer.

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