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I found this poster, and think that it has been made so well. It is so simple yet the fine lines at an angle and straight give such an interesting effect of rain, or a bad thunderstorm the plain has just come out of.

inspiration vs imitation-because there is a difference!!

nice poster layout with a lot of type

Green swimming pool, pink flamingo High Christmas lights Blue bedspread and silver tinsel My heart's delight 🚬🌴🍌🌺🐚🍸🍉📺🎈🎉 –Lana Del Rey, "Trash Magic"

Even though this has nothing to do with my innovation, I think that this is great advertising.

"If you want a stronger marriage, work on it together." Advertising Agency: Richter7, Salt Lake City, USA Creative Directors: Ryan Anderson Art Director: Ryan Anderson Copywriter: Gary Sume Executive Creative Director: Dave Newbold Published: August 2009

Photography and Illustration Poster with a beautiful colour palette

The blurred blue/ green background works really well with the orange/ yellow circles. The blurred background has a strong contrast with the straight edged text. The body copy of the text is placed at the bottom, which helps lead the viewer's eye down the page.

I really like this design because of the color and how it all ties in together. It has what's its about and if you couldnt read it you could guess it was about rain. I like the upside down umbrella and the cartoonish raindrops. It has a real sense to it as well as a cartoonish sense as well.