Collections: AIGA 365: Design Effectiveness (2011)  Discipline: Promotional design and advertising  Format: Posters  Credits  Design firm: Design Army, Washington, DC  Creative directors: Jake Lefebure, Pum Lefebure  Art director: Pum Lefebure  Designer: Charles Calixto  Printer: Fannon Fine Printing  Client: Signature Theatre Company

Collections: AIGA Design Effectiveness Discipline: Promotional design and advertising Format: Posters Credits Design firm: Design Army, Washington, DC Creative directors: Jake Lefebure, Pum Lefebure Art director: Pum Lefebure Designer:

Consumer Reports — Medical Identity Theft

Consumer Reports — Medical Identity Theft

Consumer ReportsConsumer Reports — A story of medical identity theft and it& destructive financial effect on for one woman.Art Direction — Joe Ulatowski Next

I mostly pinned this one, bc it has one of my favorite words, "Wonky" :) but like the design too, it's wonky ;)

leManoosh : Photo I mostly pinned this one, bc it has one of my favorite words, "Wonky" :) but like the design too, it's wonky ;

"Play With Your Egos" — pattern illustration (backside design) for the special edition of Playing Arts. Additional graphic posters, letter design and color variations.

Sebastian Onufszak "Play With Your Egos" — pattern illustration (backside design) for the special edition of Playing Arts. Additional graphic posters, letter design and color variations.

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redlipstickresurrected: “Alex Nabaum (American, b. USA) - For the Cover of The Progressive; An Article on Climate Activism.

MR. MORICE = 1 T-shirt bar where you can personalise your products with the help of a graphic artist. + A collection of products created by...

MORICE = 1 T-shirt bar where you can personalise your products with the help of a graphic artist. + A collection of products created by.

Not useful for much except to illustrate the RGB acronym in a visual context.

Depending on the font selected, it could be visually interesting, used to add colour to a title.

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