Famous Artworks Ruined By Clients Who Think They Know Better

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Designers often have to compromise with their clients, but sometimes it’s just too much. Inspired by @MarieJulien‘s tweet and born out of frustration at client demands, Paris agency Graphéine decided to show what would happen if famous artworks were given to clients.


“An excess of marketing, consensus, and political correctness were never behind a memorable project,” says graphic design advice agency Graphéine.

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For more info please visit grapheine.com

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