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Almost Extinct

Oliver Maltby designed this thoughtful direct mail campaign for the BBC Wildlife Fund. The project was to convey how large varieties of species are becoming extinct. The calender was sent out with a red marker, and as the days pass you cross out a species of animal. This simple clear...

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Save A Lung

Laughlin Constable, a Chicago design studio created this scandalous ad campaign directed at the misconception that people diagnosed with lung cancer deserve it. This campaign really brings into perspective how preconceived judgements can be skewed. We really love how much impact it has on the viewer, each statement is bold...

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What Your Mama Says

GBH a design studio in London, created this offbeat hotel identity called Mama Shelter. With various locations across Europe this hotel brings you a unique and affordable experience. With a focus on being 'non-branded', they wanted to bring to life a tone and feeling, rather than the traditional approach to hotel...

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Knowing Canada

Bruce Mau Design in Toronto has taken on the challenge of redesigning Canada for the 21st century. Most importantly they are changing the perspective many Americans have of Canada. We love the witty play with of the red bars from our Canadian flag working to frame the image. It's a very...

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I Can Eat It Too?

We really like to see when projects push away from the norm. This project done by Korefe does just that, creating a book you can read, cook, and even eat! Made out of fresh pasta, you fill each layer as you read and the wonderfully designed pages. The best design is...

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Bon Voyage!

Ogilvy UK designed the new January campaign for Expedia. The vernacular of airport travel is captured through the use of the utilitarian - and often ugly - baggage tag in this very appropriate ad campaign. In this case, the baggage tags have been combined using various airport "codes" to create...

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