1971 saul bass non-film poster like the black and white nature of the overall image. the foreground being blurred is not something I like. the horizontal line of the horizon with the blank background makes one focus on the cracked egg.
The poster comments on the subject (racism) in a non-direct way, trying to invoke the reader visually into the inevitable conclusion. It has multiple reads, that provoke critical thinking and raise awareness on the subject and its results globally.
I love the way they used the eye dropper tool to make the entire poster the same color as the skyline. At first glance, I like the poster. At second, I hate the font. At third, I love the font, because I appreciate the fact that they made the
Saltwater by ASD Kudos. read - OK a fish restaurant but read - the 'S' incorporated into the fish and then read - the wave and feel of water whether one associates this with the ocean catch or the ocean the fish are caught in.
This is example for typography design. I like that design since it is so creative typeface using the glass shape for "g" even though the design is really simple. I've got inspiration when I do assignments for typography design class.