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30 Hilarious Print Advertisements

30 Hilarious Print Advertisements
In today’s world of interactive web-based marketing, viral campaigns and high production television commercials, the print ad remains one very powerful and effective means for advertisers to reach their audience. The printed format, whether it is for magazines, newspapers or billboards, sets specific challenges for ad designers. An idea or message must be communicated simply and swiftly, it must be eye-catching enough to grab the viewer’s attention and convey the important information in an instant. When a print designer employs humour to carry this information, the result can be become a visual ‘one-liner’, a joke that speaks the message the ad intends. This post brings together 30 hilarious print ads that combine great imagery with cracking comedy. Make sure you check out the second post where we showcase 30 more hilarious print ads! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 3M Scotch Magic Tape: Overload 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. Related:  foto 2

55 incredible examples of photo manipulation We present collection of 55 incredible examples of photo manipulation. Some of them... you may know already, but another ones... could be new for you. What I'm sure about... all of them are simply worth of your attention. 41 Amazing Conceptional under water set me free photo's by Elenakalis we have seen plenty of conceptual photography but Sugarrock99 stands out with his unique and Expressive underwater photography. Hope you will like his work, Please don’t forgot to view our other set me free post as well. 41 (MORE) Amazing Conceptual under water set me free photo’s

40 Astounding Examples of Abstract Photography I just love the creativity we see in abstract photography. I love it when a photographer takes an otherwise ordinary shot and shoots it at just the right angle or focus to create a masterpiece of colors, patterns and textures. With abstract photography there is only one rule and that rule is there are no rules. Here are some great examples of abstract photography to inspire you to go out and create your next work of art. Patricia Sweeney Earl A. tanakawho somebody3121 kit damyan RamonaG gnato eintoern beckerpecker Alexandre Buisse Tineke Visscher hesitation Philipp Klinger jciv Alice Marie acukur Thomas Holtkoetter Beppe02 Coeiise les flynn Alan Jaras Stefan Hellkvist Daniel Swann Carlos Costa Branco DodgeNBurn dojoh Marinshe designalicious (nz)dave jmvnoos Jacob Jovelou Ursula I Abresch pedroinacio LuceAnima dismorfic Jeremy Brooks David M Lee Niels Christian Wulff Erika Nagy

Spellbinding Stories (20 photos) Photographer Andrew Smith of Cuba Gallery not only shoots amazing photos, he uses Adobe Lightroom in post-production to make them even more visually stunning. His photos have that retro and slightly cinematic feel to them, as if you're seeing a frozen moment of an old film. By controlling the colors, tones and lighting, Smith creates spellbinding stories that make you feel lost in his world. I love how his photos are not only incredibly crisp but how he crafts his stories through composition and lighting. Check out his Flickr page or website for more. Navid Baraty Une belle sélection d’images par le photographe autodidacte Navid Baraty, basé à Brooklyn. Un voyage spectaculaire à travers l’Orient, l’Amérique ou l’Asie. Son travail a été publié dans le National Geographic, et il expose actuellement en Nouvelle-Zélande. A découvrir dans la suite.

Take a Little Trip (8 photos All photos © Matt Sartain. Above: Levitation. California based photographer Matt Sartain concepts, shoots, retouches and often styles his own work which is influenced by his love of storytelling. He has been published in The New York Times Magazine and in the pages of PDN as part of the PIX Digital Imaging contest. The Birder. The Aviator. The Balloon Ride. The Shipwreck. The Rocketman. The Long Legged Woman. The Uncool Teacher.

Some awesome pictures from the National Geographic’s Photography Contest 2010 Some awesome pictures from the National Geographic’s Photography Contest 2010 - WATCH THE 2011 SELECTION : National Geographic’s Photography Contest 2011 - Here is some awesome pictures from the National Geographic’s Photography Contest 2010, published by The Big Picture website. Some pictures are really amazing ! The deadline for submissions coming up on November 30th, and you can rate your favorite here : National Geographic Credits : Alex Tan, Sean Heavey, Hongsik Kim, Jesus Oranday, Ario Wibisono, Freddy Cerdeira, James Haskins, Fred Turck, Nikki Krecicki, Mats Almlöf, João Vianna, Patrick John O’Doherty, Amy Helene Johansson, Jay Fine, Glen Hush, Stan Bouman, Rolf Skrypzak, Aniko Molnar, Stephen Hocking, Olafur Ragnarsson, Karolis Milasevicius, Kostadin Luchansky, John Palmer Gregg, Michael Siward, Nam In Geun, Natalia Luzuriaga, Janet Chester, Ario Wibisono, Linh Dinh, Audun Wigen, Sukru Mehmet Omur via

Top 20 Photography Websites | Expert Photography No matter how good this photography website is, there’s always someone else out there doing something slightly differently and always worth a little look. With an internet full of awesomeness, it hasn’t exactly been easy to compile a list of just 20 of my favourites, but I think I’ve just about done it. The order is put together depending on how much I use a site, how easy it is to navigate and how good the content is, but if you think we’ve missed a site you love, let us know in a comment at the bottom. 1 – Pop Photo This is by far one of the nicest photography websites to navigate around; packed full of information on tests and reviews of various cameras, as well as one of the most comprehensive buying guides i’ve come across. Originally created as part of a magazine, it promises to provide the best information written by photography professionals. 2 – Pixiq - WEBSITE CLOSED DOWN SINCE THIS POST WAS WRITTEN 3 – Outdoor Photographer 4 – National Geographic 5 – Digital Photography School

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