MTV often runs various public service campaigns, although many of their TV shows may make you question what service they are doing the public. However, these ads, created by the ad agency Grey for MTV are rather eye-catching. Instead of doing the typical style of preaching about condom use, MTV and Grey decided to [...]
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In the wake of the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disasters in Japan, the Japanese government is needing to ration power supplies, and to get the message out, they’ve had designers create a number of posters that are truly fascinating. Each poster has a different method of communicating the message, but the message itself is clear: [...]
There are a number of mental health disorders that are outlined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, and each has unique presenting symptoms. These disorders are often used in film and literary works for interesting characters because of the unique symptoms and behaviors with each. Here are some way creative minimalist posters [...]
One of the major trends among designers at the moment is to participate in contests to redesign famous existing artworks with their own unique spin. The most popular subject for these is movie posters and CD covers, so designers all over the world are remaking famous posters in various styles, ranging from minimalistic, retro and [...]
Legos are often used to recreate famous scenes, pictures and memories from film, television, books and other media. The diversity of the various Lego characters and the ability to build nearly anything imaginable make Legos the ideal choice to recreate famous scenes. In this collection, you’ll find the 2010 Best Picture nominee posters recreated using [...]
Family Guy is one the most recognized animated series of all time, and is generally considered one of the most popular cartoons of the 21st century so far, perhaps rivaled in popularity only the Simpsons. Although Family Guy often chooses to use dirtier humor techniques, it is nonetheless a pop culture icon in the United [...]
Promotional illustrations created during the marketing process for the film Inglourious Basterds which was never shown to the public.