Strong and yet simple visual message. The gender symbols act, in this case, as opposing forces in the point of view of the viewer, thus generating an instant reflexion about this problematic. The description at the bottom helps to reinforce the message.
I know of way too many people that think plugging things into an app or clicking a button in Photoshop is design. Don't get me wrong, these things are handy and cool but it doesn't make you a designer.
This masthead is very bright bright and vivid, drawing attention to it immidietly, even thøugh it is mostly on a white background. The block at the start makes this masthead very modernized as well as the bold block type is nice
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« After a countdown week of teaser Gifs, we are excited to finally reveal the Kenzo Fall/Winter 2014 campaign, our third collaboration with the trio from Toiletpaper Magazine! The Kenzo Fall-Winter 2014 campaign takes us on a mysterious journey to an.