15
Oct

Famous proverbs retold as graphic design puns

Proverbs, also referred to as sayings, give us some form of life advice. Every language and culture has them, and its important not to miss any of the words because the meaning can easily get lost.

However, Manchester-based graphic designer Madrigal Creative has created an amusing series that takes well-known, famous proverbs and combines them with graphic design puns. For example, “Better safe than sorry” becomes “Better SAVE than sorry.”

It’s easiest to learn from the experiences of others instead of going through things yourself—especially when it comes to design. Scroll down to view the full series and have a laugh or take a look at things you shouldn’t say to a designer.

Graphic design proverbs

“The path of a thousand miles begins with one step”

Graphic design proverb #1: A path of a thousand miles starts with a single anchor point

“Marry in haste, repent at leisure”

Graphic design proverb #2: Merge in haste, repent in leisure

“Every cloud has a silver lining”

Graphic design proverb #3: Every cloud has a metallic gradient stroke

“Fortune favours the bold”

Graphic design proverb #4: Fortune favours the bold italic

“The pen is mightier than the sword”

Graphic design proverb #5: The pen tool is mightier that the sword

“Actions speak louder than words”

Graphic design proverb #6: Photoshop Actions speak louder than words

“The road to hell is paved with good intentions”

Graphic design proverb #7: The road to Helvetica is paved with good intentions

“The grass is always greener on the other side”

Graphic design proverb #8: The grass is always greener if you brighten the saturation

“Better safe than sorry”

Graphic design proverb #9: Better Ctrl+S/Cmd+S than sorry

“Too many cooks spoil the broth”

Graphic design proverb #10: Too many cooks spoil the brief


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