If I was a Pantone colour I would be Pantone 186, which is classified as 'True Red'. This is because a lot of awesome things in this world are red. It's almost always the best flavour of candy and popsicles, makes sports cars look even sexier, and is on our flag. But it also symbolizes my personality. I'm confident, passionate, enthusiastic, and crave attention. I've also been given the nickname 'The Human Furnace' because my body emanates heat even on the coldest of days. Now being a 'Red ' is not always a good thing. I can sometimes come across as being a know-it-all, as I don't want to appear unintelligent or ignorant. And I can anger easily depending on the
situation. However, in the end I'm hardworking and action oriented so I never have difficulty meeting a deadline. I think in the end I truly am a red.
A stamp series designed to commemorate the International Year of Soils. In order to make the soil look beautiful, it was abstracted to just coloured rectangles which work together harmoniously to signify different soil patterns from around the world. Also shown here is the collectible first day card, as well as the cancellation mark. This then led to an event which was named "Earth".
The current Rotten Tomatoes logo is very outdated compared to its competition, so it was in need of a redesign. The new proposed logo is, at first glance, a tomato with holes in it, signifying it is rotting. Upon second inspection, there is a cinema reel hidden inside, showing Rotten Tomatoes movie origins. The new logo is fresh and modern, allowing it to compete with its competition.
The original packaging for this USB flash-drive was ugly and unsustainable, using the much hated clam shell packaging, as well as not laying out the important information in a way that was not effective. The proposed redesign is made of cardboard and fits the form of the USB perfectly, as well as leaving a small amount of room for some internal protection material. The design of the box is colourful matching the actual colouration of the flash-drives, and features a realistic illustration of the USB. Finally, only the most important information is showed on the packaging, with the rest accessible from a QR code on the side.
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