No-Shave November is a movement that’s run and organized by the American Cancer Society. It’s a way to raise awareness for cancer patients. The concept is to show support by letting all your hair grow out, which many patients of cancer can’t do anymore. People will grow out their hair, beards, mustaches, even their legs to show support! Many will also take the money they’d normally spend on grooming, shaving, waxing, or anything like that, and donate it to the Society. For more information on the No-Shave November movement, click on the image at the top of this post. Our class has decided to participate in this in the best way that we can: a little photomanipulation magic! This assignment helped us to learn about brush tool customization, and it also showed me how good I’d look in a beard! Show your cancer treatment support and let it grow!
Towards the start of this year, I had a project to create a menu for the fictional coffee shop, FUEL. My task now was to create a Grand Opening poster for […]
Objective: Create a vintage-style boxing poster, with an appearance of a distressed/faded texture. Use home-brew textures to create the feel of the poster. Learn about typing on paths. About my Poster: I […]
Hello! [Remember to include ideas about layout, Ryan. Don’t forget it, stupid] I searched primarily for vintage advertisement and typography, mostly the latter. I want my poster to include lots […]
I used a few ideas for this. The images I took for inspiration are included, followed by a mockup and a link to a PDF of my design. vhs-lit-mag