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Misheard Song Lyrics

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Designed by Dominique Falla | Country: Australia The theme this for this year’s AGDA poster annual was music, so I made a wine bottle devoted to my favourite misheard song lyric from Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven”. The real lyric is “as we wind on down the road” but

Roots – Plant your own

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Designed by Jodie Smith | Country: United Kingdom Roots is a ‘pack’ for recent allotment members. It comes with a helpful booklet and bits and bobs. One of the main aspects is making it a family occasion, therefore there is a kids pack inside it too. One of the

City of Tver Tourist Identity

Designed by Ekaterina Dubeykovskaya | Country: Russia “City of Tver Tourist Identity” is my graduation project at British Higher School of Art & Design in Moscow.  Tver is ancient regional centre with 400 thousand population, 2,5 hours away from Moscow. City has high potential but currently pure tourist stream due to low awareness

How to Make Sense of Nonsensical Wonderland

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Designed by Amy Parker | Country: USA This children’s “guide book” attempts to make sense of a nonsense world we all know and love. Inspired by the infamous “Alice in Wonderland” by Lewis Carroll, this artist book highlights the playful copywriting and book production of Amy Parker, the animated

Chevrolet 100-year commemorative poster

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Designed by Laura Hobson | Country: United Kingdom This is an A1 size 100-year commemorative poster for the Young Creative Chevrolet 2011 competition, which won 1st place nationally and 2nd place internationally.

The Devil’s Dictionary

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Designed by Conor Whelan | Country: Ireland This was a fun project to design a new publication of ‘The Devil’s Dictionary’, a satirical dictionary of common terms by Ambrose Bierce, first published at the end of the 19th Century.

Reojia Restaurant Package

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Designed By Stren Pipkin | Country: USA Reojia is much more than a restaurant its an experience of the mind, body and soul. To ensure that you receive a unique experience, we have broken down and simplified the cuisine of Chinese and Mexican cooking to its purest form.

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