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This poster series was born during the "One design x day 2010" challenge. The series seeks to support the conversation of pollution around nature. Using a single geometric shape repeated in different colors, sizes and angles the poster series creates an artificial pattern that seeks to rescue the beauty of nature below the contamination stain.
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Motivation Nation
During the "One design x day 2010" challenge I did a small series of posters focused on sharing a positive message. This is the result. I hope you like them.
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Financial research printed publication with 116 pages. The publication is translated to eight languages and distributed globally.
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Appreciation Nation
This is a series of posters that emerged from them "One design x day 2010" challenge. This three poster series probably was one of my favourite out of all the entire design challenge. I hope you enjoy them.
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