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World Wife Fund for Nature - shows two groupings of forest trees in the shape of two human lungs, with a section of it cut down. One way of interpreting this is the effect of smoking on the lungs. The other way is raising awareness for cutting down forest trees.

"Before it’s Too Late" ad by TBWAParis for WWF France Forests are the lungs of the Earth. Trees remove from the atmosphere and release Deforestation is a significant contributor to climate change.

Here is a poster for Smart Green Life on saving trees. The headline of the poster "lend a hand to save trees" is expressed visually by having two hands coloured in green to represent tree leaves, and the arm in a dark tan as the tree trunk.

Here is a poster for Smart Green Life on saving trees. The headline of the poster "lend a hand to save trees" is expressed visually by having two hands coloured in green to represent tree leaves, and the arm in a dark tan as the tree trunk.

This example is a collage of different postcards. The photographs on these postcards vary from nature to food. With this journal, the design feels much more personal, the postcards/pictures have nothing in common, but also makes the audience feel as if there is more story behind it.

Celeste A visual journal also can be copy and pasted like this. This person used many images with some annotations and they have been layout casually. I do like this kind of visual journal, it is a way for me to do my visual journal as well.

'A General Theory of Love' by Thomas Lewis is about the study of human emotions, and biological psychiatry. The success of this book cover is its clever representation of love without using cliches such as love hearts, holding hands, or human figures. Instead it uses two chairs, with one slanted against another to look like a person resting their head on someone else's shoulder. To show the intimacy between two lovers.

''A General Theory of Love'', author: Thomas Lewis, Fari Amini & Richard Lannon, artist: John Gall