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Someone has turned bad 'client feedback' into posters

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While most jobs involve a clear sense of logic and rationality, there are a couple of notable exceptions. First there's the clown industry and second there's working for a creative agency.

At the beck and call of temperamental clients, you're forced into responding positively to their increasingly nonsensical requests.

In a new project called 'A Creative Catharsis', a group of Irish creatives have assembled posters which symbolise their favorite pieces of client feedback over the years.

You can find out more information on the project here.

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