Archive for the ‘Graphic Design’ Category

Art History Poster

Found this via the Swiss-Miss site. It pretty much sums up anything you need to know and ends the debate over who owns what in the history of art. Brilliant.

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Have you seen the Creative Holly Color blog yet? It’s all about color. The site’s creator, Holly, asks her favorite creatives to mix their own CMYK color palettes which she then posts with just the right amount of commentary.  I thought it was such a unique idea for a blog that I just had to ask Creative Holly for an interview. (more…)

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Greenpeace is an independent campaigning organisation that uses non-violent direct action to expose global environmental problems and to force solutions which are essential to a green and peaceful future. Greenpeace has utilized various forms of visual communication throughout its history.

In recognition of the strong role visual communication has played in Greenpeace actions we have established the Greenpeace Design Awards. The aim is to motivate the global creative community to develop visually striking artwork that encourages the public to support Greenpeace and take action on critical environmental issues.

The brief is to design a poster that delivers the message ‘Be a Part of the Action’ – this does not necessarily have to be expressed in words. The poster could bear witness to catastrophic environmental damage and in doing so, cause outrage. Alternatively the poster could actively encourage peaceful protest to expose an environmental problem.

Above all, the poster needs to raise awareness of environmental issues and inspire action.

Learn more at: http://www.greenpeacedesignawards.org.au

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