The poster comments on the subject (racism) in a non-direct way, trying to invoke the reader visually into the inevitable conclusion. It has multiple reads, that provoke critical thinking and raise awareness on the subject and its results globally.
Illustration + Good color scheme + Awesome details + Illustrations are unified by their simplicity, few colors, slight shadow beneath each one + Repetition with background colour Retro Vintage Illustration
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.
I think that this image is very creative and interesting because the designer made it pop by using the outline of the person. I also really like how the silhouette of the girl in this image is a design and it makes her stand out.
WAKE - via Phil Jones. This perfectly combines my love for all things stripe and all things boat. The blue sends me overboard. this picture is very creative and leaves you thinking about what the boat is really traveling through.
Just a beautiful ad campaign - Public Service Campaign: Give a Hand to Wild Life by Saatchi Saatchi Simko agency in Geneva, is a series of clever and beautiful photographs of human hands camouflaged as wild animals by bodypainter Guido Daniele.