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Design Fails That Display The Importance Of Spacing

We know that everyone on the internet these days considers themselves a graphic designer, but it looks like these professionals have seriously neglected one important thing: the absolute importance of spacing. Both leaving out an essential gap or adding an unnecessary space can completely alter a message in ways that are often dirty and hilarious. May these woeful design fails be a cautionary tale for your future projects.

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And now the robots take away our crafty folk-art? Will your domination know no bounds, you soulless machines?!

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I mean, it's a shame to see a Gamecube give up its life like that, but surely it was a last resort?

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Whiskey brand Ballantine’s teamed up with British street artist INSA to created what they are calling the world’s largest animated GIF.

The piece was created at the end of last year in Rio De Janeiro with a team of 20 people. It took about 4 days to complete the 57,515 square-meter image which consisted of four different paintings.

INSA dubs himself a ‘GIF-ITI’ artist, and he has created numerous animated works such as this in which he paints and repaints designs over and over again, stitching photos of them together to create movement.

In this case, he used a satellite in space to take the pictures.

“The internet has kind of changed our view on art,” he says. “And I wanted to cross both worlds and make work that existed in online space even more than it existed in the real space.”

Here’s a video explaining the new work.