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Funny Posters Express of All Your Design Client Frustrations

By on May 2, 2016 in Inspiration
Funny Posters Express of All Your Design Client Frustrations

Raise your hand if you've ever been asked to do a design gig for free. Really? Everyone? Yeah, that's what I thought. It seems like we've all been called upon at one time or another to do some pro-bono work for someone that swears it's good for us.

Turns out that Pixel Fox Studios in Mumbai either faces the same issues, or has heard it enough that they wanted to express their frustration in beautiful poster form. Admittedly, their english usage isn't perfect, but I can give them some leeway since the results are these beautiful typographically focused posters. Check out a few of them here, and the rest are available at the link. Enjoy!







via: Digital Synopsis

Kevin Whipps is a writer and editor based in Phoenix, Arizona. When he’s not working on one of the many projects in his queue, he’s looking for fun and irreverent things online to share with his friends.

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  1. almost_hectic

    Heard all of these before. Often the last two are used in combination. Never ever fall for it!

  2. Xpshl

    I have heard all of those lines from clients! It's amazing how they all try to get the best deal for them even if it the designer gets close to nothing in return for the work he or she puts into it.

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