Juxtaposition is the art of placing together a number of contrasting objects or ideas, usually two.
Used effectively, it captures our imaginations immediately, making it one of the most valuable techniques any creater can employ to dramatize their message.
And it’s at its most potent when these two objects are as diametrically opposed to each other as possible.
A complication in attempting to copyright graphic design is the fact that graphic work is often made up of many copyrights (typefaces, images, other people’s logos, etc); ‘These so-called ‘embedded copyrights’ preserves their individual protection, even if the graphic design as a whole is copyrighted. Embedded copyrights can make it hard to bring an action for copyright infringement.
Traditionally, the main difference between a graphic designer and an artist is that a graphic designer requires a brief and needs to be given content to work with. Artists, on the other hand, write their own briefs and create their own content.