'15th Anti-Racism Festival poster' Graphic designers use various methods to create and combine words, symbols, and images to create a visual representation of ideas and messages.

Best Graphic Design of 2013

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.

Christian Jackson of Square Inch Design, created a series of hyper-minimalist poster designs for a myriad of classic children’s stories we’ve grown to know and love. Check out the poster's below (buy the prints here) and be sure to visit the Square Inch Design Blog to see more work from Christian and designers from all over the…

Christian Jackson of Square Inch Design, created a series of hyper-minimalist poster designs for a myriad of classic children’s stories we’ve grown to know and love. Check out the poster's below (buy the prints here) and be sure to visit the Square Inch D

Fun Magazine Cover Doodle Art by Ana Strumpf & Hattie Stewart

Fun Magazine Cover Doodle Art by Ana Strumpf & Hattie Stewart

Vogue Italia, Ana Strumpf, illustration on fashion magasine, Vogue- Tap the link now to see our super collection of accessories made just for you!

“Capitalism” Poster Annual 2015 - Graphis

The barcode is visualized as the window of prison, which show the concept of social issue. This helps to portray the idea that consumerism is a prison that we all fall victim too

A dentist ads, We don't like yellow.

A dentist ads, We don't like YELLOW. Yellow is seen as happy positive colour but not in all circumstances as illustrated here in the dentist advertising campaign.

Senbazuru, 1000 Paper Cranes Legend. -- Project Senbazuru is an artistic response to the disaster situation in Japan. This project takes inspiration from Japanese legend, where the folding of one thousand origami paper cranes is said to grant a wish such as recovery from illness or injury. In the midst of loss, fear, and uncertainty, this illustration is meant to promote hope and renewed prosperity.

Project Senbazuru is an artistic response to the disaster situation in Japan. Inspired by Japanese senbazuru exchanging, the Project Senbazuru illustration aims to promote hope and prosperity in the midst of such devastation.

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