“Circle Of Life”: Estonian Agency Creates Stunning Advertising for The National Geographic TV Show – Design You Trust

“Circle Of Life”: Estonian Agency Creates Stunning Advertising for The National Geographic TV Show

The Nat Geo Wild concept for Africa’s Deadliest TV show is to exemplify the face-to-face aspect of predator versus prey in a creative manner through the circle of life. Visually, they have personified the tension that exists between the two animals through dramatic art. Verbally, they have reinforced this through a consistent headline that sits across all communication.

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