sam evan

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Kaitlin Pauli: I really care about sea creatures quality of live. Often, people just throw there trash where ever they please. This will eventually lead in to the ocean. Turtles, sharks, etc. can't tell the different between trash and food so they will eat plastic then either choke and sick very sick or even worse, die.

This public awareness campaign was created as a hypothetical design for the organisation and Surf Life Saving. The posters are designed to be displayed in pairs. The poster as you enter the beach reads “Where does your plastic go?”, and depicts t…

L'arabe ? Toute une poésie ! Démonstration avec Mahmoud El Sayed

L'arabe ? Toute une poésie ! Démonstration avec Mahmoud El Sayed

When God created heaven and earth, He specifically asked man to eat plant based food. Meat eating began only after the fall of man due to sin. Think about it, if you are a meat eater.

The poster effectively shows how oil is affecting animals by creating a whale from the nasty oil. Whales normally are more majestic and free, but this whale don't look happy at all.

Like most WWF posters, the message conveyed here is direct and literal. The image is easy to understand, however I'd like to have a subtler approach for my project.

melting away | Save the Arctic                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Melting away. first habitat, then species. What a powerful, solid, hard hitting graphic. For me inaction to Climate Change is 'not' an option. Not one of Earths living creatures can breath money Skullybloodrider.

A series of clever and beautiful photographs of human hands camouflaged as wild animals by bodypainter Guido Daniele. Give a Hand to Wild Life (2008), by Saatchi & Saatchi Simko agency in Geneva

Just a beautiful ad campaign - Public Service Campaign: Give a Hand to Wild Life by Saatchi Saatchi Simko agency in Geneva, is a series of clever and beautiful photographs of human hands camouflaged as wild animals by bodypainter Guido Daniele.