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Brendan Jones   |   http://behance.net/brendanjones

"Academic project for Typography III class. Rebranded logo & design elements around the idea of integration for Google and then implemented them into an annual report for the fiscal year of 2014."

Student in the Bachelor of Fine Arts Visual Communication Design program at Northern Kentucky University.

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groudon:

i like this but i don’t fully understand it…

whoa

you don’t understand how sad this is. each adult is a cross, and each child has been crucified by said cross. 

  • the priest (i assume he’s a priest, correct me if i’m wrong) killed the little boy in one way or another, probably rape, which is common among corrupted clergy men. 
  • the tourist comes to an overcrowded, poverty stricken country, taking up any and all resources that could have gone to the little native girl
  • the soldier comes to fight for his country, but ends up killing the innocent girl, probably in her village.
  • the little boy dies under the doctor’s knife
  • the man kills the little girl in a school shooting (represented with the uniform)
  • the “fat” kid is killed by obesity caused by a fast food epidemic in america, most commonly mcdonald’s, shown by ronald mcdonald himself. 

this is /haunting/ to look at. children can die at anyone’s hand. even the “heros”

this is amazing.

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Yesterday Wisconsin resident John Unger said goodbye to his best friend, a 20-year-old shepherd mix named Schoep. “I Breathe But I Can’t Catch My Breath…” Unger wrote on his dog’s Facebook page, which has almost 200,000 followers. “Schoep passed yesterday. More information in the days ahead.” A photo of Unger rocking his dog to sleep in Lake Superior went viral last year, and Unger credits the outpouring of support they received for helping Schoep live another year. Schoep had gone blind from cataracts and suffered from arthritis and hip problems. He also had trouble sleeping.To ease his pet’s pain and help him sleep, Unger regularly took Schoep to Lake Superior. The water was therapeutic for the ailing dog’s joints, so Unger would hold Schoep in his arms and rock him to sleep.Read more.

mothernaturenetwork:

Yesterday Wisconsin resident John Unger said goodbye to his best friend, a 20-year-old shepherd mix named Schoep.
 
“I Breathe But I Can’t Catch My Breath…” Unger wrote on his dog’s Facebook page, which has almost 200,000 followers. “Schoep passed yesterday. More information in the days ahead.”
 
A photo of Unger rocking his dog to sleep in Lake Superior went viral last year, and Unger credits the outpouring of support they received for helping Schoep live another year.
 
Schoep had gone blind from cataracts and suffered from arthritis and hip problems. He also had trouble sleeping.

To ease his pet’s pain and help him sleep, Unger regularly took Schoep to Lake Superior. The water was therapeutic for the ailing dog’s joints, so Unger would hold Schoep in his arms and rock him to sleep.

Read more.

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Barletta Communications, Its a space that I have made to share ideas and experiences on different topics, mostly related to development and my specialty, communications.

Why development and communications?

As a communicator I have had the opportunity to…

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