Graphic design, illustration and packaging by E-X-P-L-O-R-E on Behance curated by Packaging Diva PD. Series illustrates how important it is to explore the world, whilst you have the opportunity too. Life moves extremely fast, enjoy it!
Many people use their phones at the dinner table instead of directly communicating with their family. They play games or post photos and are uninvolved with the people eating with them. Type: Horatian- The image produces a wry smile, not anger.
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Red Dot Design Award, 2013, Poster category, Click on image to view high resolution 10-1605 Click on image to view high resolution FREEDOM OF SPEECH client: Shu-Te University, Kaohsiung City design: Shu-Te University, Department of Visual Communication Design, Kaohsiung City supervising professor: Chein-Feng Chang graphic design: Pei-Ling Ou
This Iams print ad has a communication objective of emphasizing that people don't think of their pets as "pets" but more like family who deserve the best food. The headline is "I Am Not a Pet" with the illustration of a cat, and they work together because the dialogue of the body copy and headline reflect what a family's cat would think to themselves, understanding that they deserve the best because they share a relationship with their owner that goes beyond "owner" and "pet."
The Dark by Lemony Snicket, illustrated by Jon Klassen. Ive looked at this as Jon Klassen is a favourite children's book illustrator of mine, his work is child friendly but quite sophisticated in the overall look of the work he creates. In reference to the theme of my book being Pandoras Box, this book uses dark and light and the idea of fear in a child friendly way.