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São Paulo: A City Without Ads São Paulo: A City Without Ads On The Media's Bob Garfield interviewed Vinicius Galvao, a reporter for Folha de São Paulo, Brazil's largest newspaper, about São Paulo's ban on visual pollution. Bob Garfield: I've seen photos of the city, and it's amazing to see this sprawling metropolis completely devoid of signage, completely devoid of logos and bright lights and so forth. What did São Paulo look like up until the ban took place? Vinicius Galvao: São Paulo's a very vertical city. That makes it very frenetic.
Walk down a retail aisle and you'll see products screaming at you from nearly every direction. It's incredibly hard to focus on one thing in particular and all of those deliberately busy packages seem to blend together. It's branded wallpaper. That's why people take notice when brands forgo the temptation to extol their product's "21 top-selling points" on their packaging, and instead focus on generating an emotional connection. ... Starbucks Logo Example of Marketers Learning to Be Quiet | Small Agency Diary Starbucks Logo Example of Marketers Learning to Be Quiet | Small Agency Diary
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ANTREPO BLOG / A2591: Posters What is the color of the Internet? This question is like "what is the weight of the oceans?". It is unanswered. First of all, Maybe we have to find the right answer for "How many websites exist? The question is difficult to answer precisely. ANTREPO BLOG / A2591: Posters

Minimalist effect in the maximalist market ~ ANTREPO BLOG / A2591

Minimalist effect in the maximalist market ~ ANTREPO BLOG / A2591 Our last project is about simplicity and we try to find alternate simple versions for some package samples of the international brands. We think almost every product needs some review for minimal feeling. What is your choice in these 3 different variations? 1. Original variation 2. Simple variation 3.
Mad Men’s Season 5 Minimalist Teaser Poster: Would Don Draper Approve?
Why Simple Is Good: Jonathan Ive Good Quotes