There Are Only Two Kinds Of People In This World – Design You Trust

There Are Only Two Kinds Of People In This World


Everyone possesses a whole number of characteristics which make them unique. Yet there are certain things which all of us have in common.


The graphic artists who work for restaurant company Zomato are convinced that we can be divided into just two groups of people. They’ve set out to prove this convincingly in a funny series of advertisments.

We certainly know which side we stand on. How about you?

h/t: brightside


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