WWF Posters designed by Caroline Brickell of Ogilvy & Mather Gurgaon ad agency for WWF India

WWF Posters designed by Caroline Brickell of Ogilvy & Mather Gurgaon ad agency for WWF India. By making trees look like endangered species, the advertising illustrates that wildlife and the environment are interconnected.

NZ Opera photo - all white geisha with red lip and circle of blood over eye

This design is also quite modern and portrays some of the tragedy involved in the story through the blood over the geishas eye. The poster uses an inspirational visual communication technique through the use of blood.

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James Joyce Oh me Oh my

contemporary typography-I ♥ the vibrant colours in London based artist James Joyce‘s prints, and how pop-art and contemporary they look

This advertising campaign looks elegant and classy by the use of white and little colour, simple layout. Appealing to a higher end, upper-class audience. The red representing japan dripping down to represent the sadness of the Opera, may also represent the blood of the tragic death of Madama Butterfly.

Madame Butterfly Poster, Design Firm: Alt Group, Client: New Zealand Opera.

Like the playful nature of this, an example of how well-known branding can be used creatively - Target Branding by Allan Peters

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