Loved the simple concept in this poster. The eye drifts naturally downward into the shadow of the Legos. A great ad that symbolizes the imagination that Legos foster. Best of all it conveys this this with absolutely no text.
Works well to have different sized/frame thickness black frames lined up at bottom
really liking graphic black and white living rooms lately. this one is via Apartment Therapy, who sourced from Agent Bauer
Decorating with Posters
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Via GeeduubraakA cluster of different shaped pendant lights gathered over a dining table creates a perfect focal point in any style scheme.
Lego 'Toy Figure' 1979 Art Print | Daily deals for moms, babies and kids
Classic Ad: Nivea Night Care Cream
Pink and grey framed art
This captures a kid's imagination perfectly. Credit where credit is due: http://www.blattnerbrunner.com/
Repinned by Spark Strategic Ideas www.sparksi.com
Very cool how they took the end of the bottle and made it look like a tomato. Gives the ketchup look to be more healthy than it really is.
In this poster, the Stihl blower is so good that it will blow the print off a newspaper.
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Jared Erickson | Because I Can — Designspiration