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The Explosive Anatomical Infographics of Pedro Henrique Ferreira

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São Paulo based illustrator Pedro Henrique Ferreira brings the most explosive energy to what could otherwise be a standard infographic. The first infographic above takes a look at how different types of drugs effect the body. The illustration is uncomfortable, disturbing, yet still fascinating—a win when trying to engage the viewer. His work is… Read More »The Explosive Anatomical Infographics of Pedro Henrique Ferreira

City of Bueno Aires: Better By Bike

Buenos Aires Biking Ad Stomach

The City of Buenos Aires advocates the benefits of biking through these simple anatomical designs. I love biking and couldn’t agree more on the benefits! Get in shape without eating the stuff that people who get in shape eat. Better by bike. via Ads of the World

A Pounding Headache

Olivia Ariferiani Pounding Headache ad

University project by Jakarta based designer, Olivia Ariferiani. I love the visual of the face in the fist, although the copy doesn’t seem quite right. Definitely a great visual for a pounding headache, but you wouldn’t necessarily pound a headache away!

Aspirin: Calm Down Your Head

Jacco Prussman Asprin Ad Head Skull Anatomy (1)

A different way to visualize the source of that pounding headache. Berlin based art director, Jacco Prüsmann created this conceptual ad for aspirin along with copywriter Katharina merhaut and illustrator, Michael Mantel.  The concept won quite a few awards including, the 2013 ADC Germany, Bronze, Lürzers Archive Student of the Year Nominee 2012, an Winner,… Read More »Aspirin: Calm Down Your Head

Effects of Hypertension

Taylor James Hypertension Heart Takeda

The global ad agency Corbett (CAHG) hired Taylor James, a New York and London based creative production studio, to execute the print campaign for Takeda’s newest hypertension drug. The series of images features a heart-shaped iceberg cracking, kidney-shaped forest being destroyed, and a hurricane in a head-shaped body of water… Read More »Effects of Hypertension