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This can be used for a relationship spread, for example of two people who wee friends for a while. We can put a picture of their faces on top of the Ziploc and then a picture of their bodies from when they were younger. Web Design, Packaging, Clever Advertising, Ads Creative, Advertising Campaign, Advertising Ads, Marketing And Advertising, Best Ads, Advertising
Ziploc - Keep it young
This can be used for a relationship spread, for example of two people who wee friends for a while. We can put a picture of their faces on top of the Ziploc and then a picture of their bodies from when they were younger.
a cup of coffee with the pepsi logo on it and text reading, rethik your morning pick - me - up twice
Pepsi MAX Magazine Ad
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three chopsticks sticking out of a red background with a bottle of ketchup in the foreground
Adv / Tabasco
the front cover of a magazine with water splashing from it's mouth and words making waves in water treatment
This ad represents asymmetrical balance. Taken from http://ostarmedia.com/v2/?tag=wetico
an advertisement for the new ford brochure, featuring a truck on it's side
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A 3-door Land Rover Discovery?! I have NEVER seen one. The 5-door was my favorite, but THIS is certainly at the top of my list. Love this particular design.
an advertisement for fried food with chinese characters on it's back cover and in english
Symmetrical composition can show the Symmetrical things better. For food, it can demonstrate different types of flavor. This kind of design can show a lot of information in simple form.
two hands are holding an advertisement for the cell phone company at & t, which uses elephants to hold up their phones
This photo show cases balance, symmetrical balance. The weight on both sides are equal and are placed evenly at both sides of the advertisement.
a white plate topped with pasta and veggies on top of a yellow background
Karen Hurley
Lego: Pure Brainfood Created by Ben Gerstner
a man sitting on top of a chair with rope wrapped around his neck and the caption fear made fun
Print Advertising
This print advertisement illustrates the principle of symmetrical balance. The image on one side is mirrored on the other side. Although each side is different, each side is still composed the same.
an advertisement for the bike expo in new york
Bike Expo New York