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  • Cosmo
    Reply to how to ceate this effect?
    It looks like several different photos (or different parts of the same photo) just rotated and cropped and then stacked on top of each other.
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  • Cosmo
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    Welcome. I come from 20+ years of prepress and design in sheetfed offset, but have been in the corrugated industry since 2012.
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  • Cosmo
    Reply to Setup for 4 panel DL flyer/brochure
    Honestly, I wouldn't worry about the panels being a different size. True, they will need to be, but the size difference is very small. If you use decent margins, you will be fine doing them all the same...
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    Reply to Setup for 4 panel DL flyer/brochure
    Is this a gate fold, an accordion fold, a roll fold, etc.? Depending on how it's folded, each of the panels will need to be sized just a bit differently from the next.
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    At your point keeping up on cloud would be my suggestion....
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  • #2
    LOL, if you did, I'm sure you can have all the free samples you need.
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    • #3
      oh my! I have to admit, I was nervous to click on that link. Not sure I buy the one with the elephant.
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      • #4
        I love the first one! I'm curious as to whether it was a fortuitous stock photo or had to be staged or photomanipulated.

        They reminded me of the Philips Bodygroom razor advert "Now you can shave wherever you want". Seems there is a trend for finding clever ways to bring x-rated concept advertising into the mainstream.

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        • #5
          Eww I didn't get the first one at all. Then I read your post Frankster so I revisited - racking my brain for something to get. Now I see it....ewwww....
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          • #6
            Ewww, I get it now too.

            The rope and needle one cracked me up.
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            • #7
              Heh, those were pretty good.
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              • #8
                Hahaha that first one didn't sink in until I closed the window, that's pretty funny and gross at the same time


                • #9
                  These ads are funny stuff.
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                  • #10
                    The first one is amazing for it's ability to turn a 'conventional' and totally 'neutral' tranquil shot into something, well-- definitely NOT neutral with the mere trigger of a small two word product description.

                    Course, if it was my ad, I would have looked for a wharf with bollards at least half as wide. I think to ask the reader to make the conclusion they are asking them to make with the diameter of the ones in the shot is really, (ahem) stretching the whole believability too much.


                    • #11
                      Yea, that first one threw me off too for a good minute. Good ads.

                      I'm half asleep and didn't skim nearly as well as I should've, was there any mention of the ad firm behind it? ...heheh, behind.

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                      • #12
                        those are great! Love the rope one
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