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Nowadays, when it comes to designing an ad for a public awareness announcement, designers have been leaning towards the shock factor before the "fact" factors. And with good reason too.

We tend to pass by infographics on the street, unless they pertain to us personally. But if you add an emotional roller coaster to that singular image, you'll do more than make a public announcement: you're leaving the viewer with a new perspective. Take a look at some examples below and let your mind start churning about your next design.

The above image is a man who killed a woman, Mary, as a result of his drunk driving. The consequences are literally revealed on his sleeve in a tattoo.

This one is talking about the dangers of second-hand smoke, and how you are "swallowing" it like food in the air. Gross, but effective.

Plastic bags aren't meant to be fossilized.  'Nuff said.

This ad especially tugged at my heart-strings. It shows a mother and child fatally affected by an oil spill, reminding us all that the oceans aren't the only things that suffer from an oil spill.

A French ad about the rewards of being an organ donor. Very inspiring.

If you'd like to see some more, check out this article from Top Design Mag HERE.

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