After a long time, here is an inspirational collection of creative and crazy print Ads! Each brand has its own strategy to promote products, prints Ads are one of the effective ways to get attention, these days we can find lots of interesting Ad concepts used by many popular brands, and here we collected 25 examples of creative print Ads.
People / Location Advertising photographer based in London. 5 years assisting experience and 6 years shooting commissions. Likes space and detail in images, rummaging about in interesting locations, digital and film depending on the job and prints you could lick!
Jthree Concepts is a Seattle-based design studio owned and operated by Jared K Nickerson. The studio’s main focus is character, logo, videogame, editorial, and textile design. They also specialize in art direction and branding. Their client list includes Nike, Adidas, Coca-cola, Activision, K2 Snowboards, and CultureClub to name a few. Jared Nickerson is a professional digital illustrator originally from Halifax, Nova Scotia. With various moves westward across North America he is now based in Seattle, WA. Jared is co-founder of renowned vector community Blood Sweat Vector, (BSV for short). From early 2008 until late 2010 Jared was Art Director for Berlin-based clothing abel, laFraise. As well as being an illustrator, Jared is also an amateur music producer, song writer, and vocalist. His hobbies include travelling the world, photography, collecting classic anime robots, and playing with his two pure-bred Pugs ‘Persephone’ and ‘Apollonia’ (also known as “The Fur Children” or “Sisters of Destruction”). Jared’s motto is “Create art for yourself and in time everyone else will follow.”
Deconstruction is a major part of my thought process in and out of the studio. Academically, I am pursing a study of art theory and criticism and I reward myself by writing about the problems and triumphs occurring in the art universe today as well as in the past—I thoroughly enjoy taking contemporary ideas into the past and considering things in new ways. In my writing I use theoretical frameworks to negotiate a more lucid and dynamic understanding of culture and how culture interacts with the visuality that permeates there.
A selection of photographs taken whilst on the trail of the Brothers Grimm legacy with Redwood and Landrover. Morgan travelled across Germany, Croatia & Romania to capture these awe-inspiring fairytale landscapes, revealing the places and people still affected by the Brothers Grimm stories. Warning: those who love the happy-ever-after endings of childhood fairytales should continue with caution as a darker side is revealed…
Great and super creative digital artworks by Staudinger Franke from Vienna, Austria. Enjoy this amazing showcase ;)
Corinthians is one of the biggest soccer teams in Brazil, with more than 30 million fans all over the country. To celebrate its 100 th anniversary, Nike created more than just an ad campaign. They created a country. For each player, the coach and directors, was made a poster.
Amazing aerial landscape photography by Bernhard Lang from München, Germany. Check out this great showcase ;)
The simple truth is that one of the most efficient sources of art inspiration is nothing but the art works (pictures, music, books, sculptures, architecture, etc.), already created by other artists. When you visit art gallery, listen to music, or browse the photographs, made by known and reputable photographers, you may eventually get inspired – your imagination starts to draw some visual images, and the desire to make those images real appears. We believe in this theory and that is why we publish daily collections of visual art pieces, representing different branches of the modern art – from photography to 3D illustration, and from architecture to font design. Hopefully, you’ll find your inspiration here, at Cruzine.
Playboy Tv: Home by Young & Rubicam
The first step towards photo manipulations is creativity and excellent imagination. Then comes the technological knowledge. We will come back to you next time with some professional manipulation tutorials by which you can have an idea how they are created. Hope you liked the amazing collection.
People have noticed long ago than using initial letter from one’s personal name, especially if that letter is artfully decorated to form what is known as monogram, is a stylish and sophisticated way to indentify oneself. That is why such monograms were often used in heraldry, on personal stamps, seals, or emblems. Today, the same idea is often used in logo design, when designers build the entire logo around one dominating letter, which attracts most of attention thanks to large size and rich decoration. There are many examples of logo designs to illustrate the practice of using dominant letters in logo design, and now we want to share with you some of the most interesting logo designs of this particular type.
DeVine Guitars vines by Simon™
Shadow photography is a very capricious kind of photo art because it can create fascinating shots or easily spoil them completely.
Needless to say, that the Nature is the greatest and the most genius artist ever known at the planet Earth. Throughout millions of years Nature has been created its masterpieces using Earth surface as the canvas and winds, water, and sun lights as the instruments. Grand mountains, eroded in a fancy way, deep canyons, unreachable caves, virgin forests and underground lakes – we would mostly associate all of these with the sceneries of some lost worlds. However, the word “lost” is very relative here. Instead of being modified by human civilization beyond recognition, these places managed to save their true faces, being touched only by the natural processes.
Mount Kukenán, Venezuela by Gunther Wegner
Digimental is the freelance name of Mateusz Sypien, Art / Creative Director & Designer. Matt was born in Krakow, Poland and currently resides in London, United Kingdom. Matt has evolved his interest and passion for all things creative from a hobby into a career. Passionate about digital media as well as Film/TV production he started his degree in BSc Media Technology and Production at University of Bradford in September 2008. Matt unleashes his creativity across a variety of media, techniques and design disciplines including: Illustration and digital imaging, web design, print & packaging, papercrafts, film and television production.
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