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The stitching looks as if every brochure has been hand stitched by one person. Altogether this example shows a different way to really connect with its customers, giving them reassurance that if there product has as much love and care put into it as this brochure has, they will get some damn good tea.

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Credit to Maya Delia. The LUKOIL brochure is a perfect example of being able to make some pretty mundane content into a pleasant reading experience.

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Using some clean typography and layout, that makes each page easy to read, with bold red boxes for any important bits, this minimalistic approach works very well. Add some quality photos and you are onto a winner. Again I am pushing the importance of photography, but it can really pull your whole design together. Are they demonstrating a concept or theory? Or are they simply visualising a section of content? Credit to Unifikat Design Studio. Sometimes having a little bit of both fancy print and a more handmade approach can work well together.

This brochure for an office investment in Warsaw, Poland finds a good balance between its industry look being slightly more high end and wanting to connect with the roots and the city where it is situated. Using a series of lovely print and design ideas, from embossing, debossing, adding a box and sleeve, to adding folding out elements they have made it a truly tactile and interactive experience for the reader.

Along with this, they have hand drawn elements and local photography that link it all back to the area and its heritage. This brings you down to earth and allows potential customers to really connect and relate with your values and the company overall. Credit to Bedow. Essem design produce hallway products and furniture, and with their brochure they combine artistic product shots and typography with playful illustration styles that really work.

Sometimes trying to create a playful look can really backfire and it can look unconsidered and rushed. With Essem I feel like they have just the right balance with the playful scribbles and coloured dots, acting as frames or backgrounds to the main content.

Not overwhelming what the brochure is actually trying to sell. With all the examples we have shown so far, there are some amazing print techniques and clever ideas. But it is important to mention that they all, in my opinion, still get across their core message, whether that be selling a product, visualising data, or just raising brand awareness. So, function over fanciness. Yes make it look amazing, but make sure your brochure design does what it needs to. Credit to Gresham. Gresham create bespoke custom furniture, and they have a great product brochure range that uses their brand identity , but also manages to use colour well too.

I tend to stay away from using colours for products, the more products you get, the quicker you run out of colours and shades of the same colours. But Gresham have made their products the centre of attention, they are brightly coloured and beautifully photographed so the colours are just a nice background addition to the brochure covers. They have the same photography set up for each product and the covers are all the same style, it paints a solid picture of what your brand looks like in the minds of consumers and brand recognition is half the battle. We love the use of colour, especially these days where you can do more and more with print, getting pretty much the same colours you see on your screen in most cases.

So this brochure for the Film Center Serbia is a definite winner for us.

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The colour palette is bold and vibrant and almost jumps off the page. With this ability to really push the boundaries with colour, legibility can become a bit of a problem, with printing on big solid colours, sometimes inks can run so be sure to test your print first. But the Film Center Serbia brochure design does a great job of partnering up colours and typography to make sure everything can be read on these beautiful colours. Credit to Pentagram. The multiple brochure designs for UAL use big bold typography that covers most of the page. Partner that with a clever selection of colours to really make the text stand out and covers take a very on a minimalist approach but make sure that the message is conveyed.

Get straight to the point and get them flipping the page to find out more. Entice them in with beautiful design, and Inform them with clear messaging. Make them engage with your brochure. Credit to Stefan Vincent. Similar to the last example the National Museum Wales brochures take a minimalist approach that really puts the emphasis on the content. Using an elegant colour palette with a combination of big serif typography for titles and headers and sans-serif typography for the body copy, it comes together to make a clinical design.

Credit to Jessica Cauchi. Along with all the data being put together on a website we found a brochure design for this as well. We really like the cover which is slightly contradictory on our part, it is hard to read the main title but over the large number ten, I think it works really well. It almost makes the reader work a little, engaging them straight away with some clever minimal design. If the target audience is IT Specialists and Problem Solvers, they may appreciate a subtle challenge. Whereas another target audience may just want it to be as clear and easy as possible. So know your audience and you can build a design round them.

Credit to Mohamed Samir. Ting have a beautiful brand and logo design , and have fully embraced that on their magazine designs. Archived from the original on April 5, Archived from the original on October 13, December 16, Archived from the original on February 22, Retrieved July 30, The Guardian. Archived from the original on December 24, Archived from the original on October 18, Retrieved November 24, Bibcode : PLoSO Much of the tactics, rhetoric and imagery deployed by protesters has clearly been inspired by this year's political upheavals in the Middle East November 21, A relatively small gathering of young anarchists and aging hippies in lower Manhattan has spawned a national movement.

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For make our society clean there are no dustbin. Jones meanwhile drove to see Alexander, who informed him that he could not meet with Biko. Mamphela Ramphele was also banished to Northern Transvaal now Limpopo. A number of criticisms of Occupy Wall Street have emerged, both during the movement's most active period and subsequently after. Blackwell family papers, Finding Aid. Demands come later".

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The reality is that 'Occupy Wall Street' is raising the consciousness of the country on the fundamental issues of poverty, income inequality, economic justice, and the Obama administration's apparent double standard in dealing with Wall Street and the urgent problems of Main Street: unemployment, housing foreclosures, no bank credit to small business in spite of nearly three trillion of cash reserves made possible by taxpayers funding of TARP.

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Fingers downward means you disagree. Arms crossed means you strongly disagree. Announcements are made via the "people's mic Somewhere between and people sleep in Zuccotti Park. Archived from the original on May 14, Retrieved October 24, Archived from the original on February 19, Retrieved November 15, Archived from the original on December 22, October 5, Behind the sign marked "info" sat computers, generators, wireless routers, and lots of electrical cords. This is the media center, where the protesters group and distribute their messages.

Those who count themselves among the media team for Occupy Wall Street are self-appointed; the same goes with all teams within this community. I later learned that power comes from a gas-powered generator which runs, among other things, multiple 4G wireless Internet hotspots that provide Internet access to the scrappy collection of laptops. Daily Mail. Deprez and Charles Mead October 28, Bloomberg News. Archived from the original on December 29, Retrieved November 2, Socialism and Democracy. It's a hub for all Occupy-inspired happenings and updates, a key part of the internal communications network for the Occupy demonstrations.

While sitting in the media tent I saw several Skype sessions with other demonstrators. At one point a bunch of people gathered around a computer shouting, "Hey Scotland!

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Police in riot gear cleared out the protesters early Tuesday morning, a move that attorneys for the loosely defined group say was unlawful. But Justice Michael Stallman later ruled in favor of New York city officials and Brookfield properties, owners and developers of the privately owned park in Lower Manhattan. The order does not prevent protesters from gathering in the park, but says their First Amendment rights not do include remaining there, "along with their tents, structures, generators, and other installations to the exclusion of the owner's reasonable rights and duties to maintain Zuccotti Park.

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In and , Hong Kong courts removed six lawmakers for altering their oaths of office to include phrases of protest that echoed the calls of the Umbrella Movement. In addition to the three Occupy Central founders, Tanya Chan and Shiu Ka-chun, both current lawmakers; Lee Wing-tat, a former lawmaker; Tommy Cheung and Eason Chung, who were student leaders; and Raphael Wong, a member of the League of Social Democrats, a pro-democracy party, were convicted of public nuisance charges.

The government has prosecuted people over the Umbrella Movement, with convicted, according to a tally last year by Kong Tsung-gan, a Hong Kong writer and activist. The activists face prison terms of up to seven years.