Poster work in process / Alzheimer by MARIN DSGN, Very clever, and for being so subtle quite attention-grabbing.
- Alzheimer's by Quim Marin. I liked this ad because Marin was able to convey the effects of Alzheimers disease simply through the use of typography.
Logo-I like this one because the fading of the words describes what happens when someone has Alzheimer's, and their memory starts to fade just like the word. The poster has a very powerful message without using too much design.
However, I really enjoyed this design. The off-centered, but continued on the left "GROUND ZERO" first caught my eye.
zero, poster, black and white.
This poster used a combination of photography with computer modifications and computer generated type with clever placement and layout. The colour scheme is minimal, sticking to black and white only and is effective to convey the mood of the poster.
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Ground Zero - Graphic Design - Poster, Mountain, Mist, Typography, Sans Serif, Gray
This simple motivational poster uses the negative space inside the "D" and the "O" to incorporate more letters to create a straight forward message. This is a great example of how negative space can be effectively used to bolster a design's message.
I like how Old breaks the grid just enough to make the design a little more dynamic. Nice contrast between the two pages too. I like the use of negative space and the hook being both the photo and the headline.