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 it. I needed to use CRAP: Contrast, Repetition, Alignment, and Placement. My design was all placed in the shape of the hexagonal logo, and was intended to be cut out for placement on a wall.
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
I learned on this project how to lay out and create an effective, eye-catching magazine cover. I learned how to use contrast and emphasis to bring the reader’s eyes to […]