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Striking 80s Retro Prints

Striking Retro Prints Through the Overdrive series “Nitro”, Canadian graphic designer James White pays tribute to the retro-futuristic era with vibrant colors, neon-lights and iconic elements such as iconic palm trees, Ray-Ban sunglasses and a

This photo reminded me of Toscani's New Approach because it gives a sense of the materialistic views of some countries opposed to those who have nothing.

Cheesecake In A Blender

Check out this satirical advertising campaign for the Charity Cordaid. The items are not for sale. The purpose of the advert is to highlight the difference between how consumers in the Western World look at material products. Oh the shame of it.

I would love to see all of these in real life!

Ad. Win

I think the coffee elevator, I would take the stairs. Really like the dog ad. Omg the condom so hilarious

the clash at bonds casino, 1981 | SwisstedShop

The clash at bonds casino, 1981

Swissted is an ongoing project by graphic designer Mike Joyce, owner of stereotype design in New York to redesign vintage punk, hardcore, new wave, and indie rock show flyers into international typographic style posters.

hair color billboard (this is for all my hairdresser friends) pretty cool way to advertise

Koleston natural hair ad

Funny pictures about Koleston natural hair ad. Oh, and cool pics about Koleston natural hair ad. Also, Koleston natural hair ad photos.


Security Glass Ad - This a bold display of bus stop advertising. That is actual money inside of the glass case. Very creative and shows how their product works in the craziest way possible.


McDonald’s – Wi-Fries Great ad from McDonals’s to promote free Wi-fi in their restaurants, created by DDB Sydney.

I think this overall is a clever idea for an ad. The big picture of the teeth as dice really caught my attention. It has a serious tone with the choice of color and reflect the seriousness of the situation that its trying to convey. The crest tube and box outline and lead you eye to the smaller text. The hierarchy of text works well too, having the slogan first intrigues the reader to keep reading.

I like how the creators of this ad combined teeth with dice. Everyone associates dice with casinos and gambling, and they did a great job of using the word "gamble" for the toothpaste.