I love the combination of the wine and the saxophone in this poster. This is a great example of a minimalist design with a double meaning. The saxophone represents the "Jazz & Blues" and the Pouring wine represents the winery where the even is being held.
Red Dot Design Award, 2013 Poster category 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
shadow Loved the simple concept in this poster. The eye drifts naturally downward into the shadow of the Legos. A great ad that symbolizes the imagination that Legos foster. Best of all it conveys this this with absolutely no text.
This is using the Gestalt principle where we are using positive and negative space. The negative space of the coffee cup is actually a person talking and the top of the coffee cup comes out to be a thought bubble.
having the letter a as the tea pot is more interesting than just putting a picture of a tea pot in the middle. Tea - Pouring from such a great height is only for the most reckless of tea drinkers. Or for those with plastic topped table cloths.
This image depicts a strong and powerful message of sexual abuse. The black and white colours portray a dark and sad message, and the huge confronting hand against the small legs illustrates the dominance of sexual predators.