Who you really want to be?

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    Years of experience show that sometimes even clients haven't very clear ideas on what they expect from brand designers. The concepts here described explain, in an ironic and metaphorical key, how the same word can be interpreted with totally different meanings. Wallpapers are printed in 4 different subjects // limited edition.

    PIGEON [noun]
    1  a stout seed- or fruit-eating bird with a small head, short legs, and a cooing voice, similar to but
        generally larger than a dove. [Family Columbidae: many species.]
    2  informal, chiefly N. Amer. a gullible person, especially the victim of a confidence trick.
    3  (one’s pigeon) Brit. informal one’s particular responsibility or business.

    BRAIN [noun]
    1  an organ of soft nervous tissue contained in the skull, functioning as the coordinating centre of sensation
        and intellectual and nervous activity.
        (brains) the substance of an animal’s brain used as food.
    2  intellectual capacity.
    3  (the brains) informal a clever person who is the main organizer within a group.

    TRASH [noun]
    1  N. Amer. waste material; refuse.
    worthless writing, art, etc.
      N. Amer. a person or people regarded as being of very low social standing.
      W. Indian the leaves, tops, and crushed stems of sugar cane, used as fuel.

    BABY [noun]
      a child or animal that is newly or recently born.
      a timid or childish person.
      informal a person with whom one is having a romantic relationship (often as a form of address).