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Manifestos. 60 Creative Public Awareness Ads That Makes You Think. You gotta admit that the world is ugly.

60 Creative Public Awareness Ads That Makes You Think

Although World War II was more than 60 years ago, the world today is still filled with destruction, but in different forms such as deforestation, animal massacres and also the robbery of human rights. The good news is that when there is darkness, there is light. More and more people, and organizations, have risen up to speak out against these destructive activities and more, with public awareness ads. (Image Source: Ads of the World) Today, we want to share with you 60 creative public awareness ads that not only attract people’s attention, but also make them actually want to give the issues a thought, encouraging them to act and to fight against the imbalance of the world.

While we enjoy the creative power used to create these ads, let us also share the ads out in order to spread more awareness. Act Fast. Anyone Can Give The Miracle Of Life. Before It’s Too Late. Brain Corals. 70% of plastic ends up in the sea, and they will never go ‘extinct’. 10 Haunting Ways Facebook Uses To Spy On You. Two Anonymous Students Sneak Into A Classroom Every Week And Literally Blow Everyone's Mind.

Two college students from Columbia college of art and design are creating quite a mess, but not in the literal way, they are being talked about in the entire school.they dont steal or cheat, instead they create a creative riot , they call themself Dangerdust and every week they sneak into a classroom and create a masterpiece out of nothing but chalk .

Two Anonymous Students Sneak Into A Classroom Every Week And Literally Blow Everyone's Mind

Its not surprise that the pair are seniors in advertising and graphic design and they are most likely swamp with home work and studies , but they still find the time to do their weekly chalk art , the two creates the most amazing art pieces you will ever see. Every Sunday or monday morning the magic is happening dangerdust The two find an open classroom And gets busy with their work dangerdust Every piece is made in one full run with no stops dangerdust The work can take up to 11 hours sometimes And you can see the quoted spread across various people.

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70 Exemplos de design editorial - Choco la Design. Muitas vezes passamos horas e horas pensando como diagramar uma revista, um livro e até mesmo um folder.

70 Exemplos de design editorial - Choco la Design

E por isso, passei metade do […] Muitas vezes passamos horas e horas pensando como diagramar uma revista, um livro e até mesmo um folder. E por isso, passei metade do final de semana selecionando esses exemplos de Design Editorial. Logo abaixo tem alguns exemplos de diagramação e até de acabamento. Design Editorial é uma vertente muito legal do design, acho que quem é focado em impressos vai tirar muito proveito deste post. =) Paint the rainbow: the Scribble Pen that lets you draw in 16 million colours. Since the earliest version of MacPaint, launched in 1984, graphics software programmes have done their best to imitate real life, providing mini icons of pens, pencils and paint pots to show what these magic pixel-manipulators will do on your screens.

Paint the rainbow: the Scribble Pen that lets you draw in 16 million colours

But now, in a process of barely credible technological sorcery, those software tools are feeding back into real life. You know the pipette icon that can reproduce any colour on your screen? Soon you’ll have one in your real-world pencil case. Launched this week on Kickstarter, the Scribble Pen is a real-life colour-picker that is capable of sampling then drawing in 16 million different shades, from something the size of your average felt-tip pen. Tap a tomato with one end of the magic wand, and moments later you can splurge out a stream of scarlet ink from the other. For artists, designers and children alike, those days of rifling through a box of dried-up felt-tips in search of the perfect shade may soon be over. Publish interactive 3D content online. 64 Things Every Geek Should Know. If you consider yourself a geek, or aspire to the honor of geekhood, here’s an essential checklist of must-have geek skills.

64 Things Every Geek Should Know

The term ‘geek’, once used to label a circus freak, has morphed in meaning over the years. What was once an unusual profession transferred into a word indicating social awkwardness. As time has gone on, the word has yet again morphed to indicate a new type of individual: someone who is obsessive over one (or more) particular subjects, whether it be science, photography, electronics, computers, media, or any other field. A geek is one who isn’t satisfied knowing only the surface facts, but instead has a visceral desire to learn everything possible about a particular subject. A techie geek is usually one who knows a little about everything, and is thus the person family and friends turn to whenever they have a question. 2.

If you rolled your eyes here, that is a good thing. This tip is only really good for older machines running 9x based OS’s. Paper Art: Principle of Design Poster Series. These Two Girls Combine Light And Dance To Give A Very Impressive "Stardust" Show. AvZyDrE 460s. How to Turn Annoying Advertising Into Something Kind of Great. Esquemas de cores. Butterick’s Practical Typography.