This pin is an advertisement for lego and hows two simple blocks which combine to form the shadow of a battleship. It subtly tells the narrative of how simple blocks can be combined with a child's imagination to form other forms.
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.
I really like how the Surfrider Foundation have represented the effects of plastics in the ocean. Showing the plastic in sushi which is sea food to represent the ocean I think is a clever and very creative way to grab people's attention.
A few years back, New York ad agency JWT came up with this brilliantly creative campaign for razor company Schick. To illustrate "the power of four," they created a razor so sharp, it even shaves the hair off tattoos! Clever and creative.
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.
Many children are left without a father or a mother due to the political conflicts all over the world. Unicef made this stunning advertisement in 2006 to support Foster Care Project for Children with the slogan: “Every child needs a family”.
Before taking a road trip with your furry friend, take him on short drives so he gets used to spending time in the car. Check out this infographic from a pet clinic in Vancouver, Washington to learn how to travel safely with pets.