‘Wildlife Selfies’ by National Geographic – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

‘Wildlife Selfies’ by National Geographic

National Geographic asked Heads agency in Sao Paulo in Brazil, to make posters of animals doing selfies with their mobile phones in front of their bedroom, elevator and bathroom’s mirrors. A funny campaign leaded by Silvio Medeiros and Pedro Galdi.




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