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WWF advertising campaign where they released a series of images of endangered animals fading away into dust. This is a really nice graphical piece using a nice visual tool/metaphor. But it doesn't strike hard enough, it doesn't make me think any deeper about the message they are trying to communicate. It is to soft and to focused on looking nice to strike a human emotion to act.

WWF advertising campaign where they released a series of images of endangered animals fading away into dust. This is a really nice graphical piece using a nice visual tool/metaphor. But it doesn't strike hard enough, it doesn't make me think any deeper about the message they are trying to communicate. It is to soft and to focused on looking nice to strike a human emotion to act.

A series of self advertising posters for Twopots Design Studio  We bank on simplicity, we love the Swiss line of design  We believe that less is more.  Simple but visually powerful, that's what defines our company.  Playing with simple shapes and colo…

A series of self advertising posters for Twopots Design Studio We bank on simplicity, we love the Swiss line of design We believe that less is more. Simple but visually powerful, that's what defines our company. Playing with simple shapes and colo…

The Asian calligraphy's brush must be held vertically, inclining neither sideways nor toward one self. To achieve best ergonomics, keep the inside of palm round as if holding a small egg. Keep fingers firm, using fingertips instead of knuckles to hold the brush. Keep the wrist supple, firm, and soft. Level wrist to a more natural and horizontal angle, avoiding strained angles. The technique is called round stroke or upright stroke.

The Asian calligraphy's brush must be held vertically, inclining neither sideways nor toward one self. To achieve best ergonomics, keep the inside of palm round as if holding a small egg. Keep fingers firm, using fingertips instead of knuckles to hold the brush. Keep the wrist supple, firm, and soft. Level wrist to a more natural and horizontal angle, avoiding strained angles. The technique is called round stroke or upright stroke.