Explore on reflecting waterfall Changing position of text Changing arrangement of splatters Adjusting figures placement Adding ‘action’ lines to indicate movement Adding in musical notes to push for more art factor Removing red figure to ‘de-clutter’ poster Shifting ‘look out for…’ text box away from the green bubble
Comments:Music notes brings out more of the art Composition where waterfall comes down from the right to the left Read more →
For my final design, I adjusted the text spacing and work on some final details for the illustrations.
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First print out:
After printing this in A2, I realized the photograph and illustrations look like 2 separate design. So I decided to add more illustration on the photograph.
Final print out
To summarized my take for this assignment, the poster is not about escaping reality or a program that will cure the patient, Read more →
Here’s my final design of my poster.
I was happy with my work since I’ve never tried illustrating in this kind of style. I wanted to try something new and I was glad it worked out well for me in the end. I learnt a lot regarding the hierarchy, colour and layout of a poster.
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Final Design of Artwork
My concept is caring.
The main character in my poster is elephant.
Why I choose elephant?
In Christian, elephant is an icon of temperance, patience, and chastity. While as a Chinese symbol, the elephant is considered a symbol of happiness.
Action of the elephant is showing happiness. Coming down from the slides which is a piano keyboard with happy face. Elephant acts as the volunteer. Read more →
I added more branches laterally across the composition to integrate the text and the art. I chose Gill Sans as it was a san serif type, and was less rigid and formal than the other typefaces that I experimented with. I extended the clouds to the edges, with butterflies near the periphery of the poster. Overall, I think the Read more →
Feedback from sharing in class: -Need to play with scale of image -Tighten slogan -Pull Arts & Heath upwards -Mute the background more so it wont be distracting -Incorporate into a circular shape
Thus, after the feedback, i decided to change the background and decrease its opacity to mute it further, and then added a few more elements to create an oval around the texts. Read more →
To represent Arts on the Move as a program that brings creativity into patient lives for therapeutic, educational and expressive purposes I have created this energetic poster with the slogan ‘Jumpst(art)’. Jumpst(art) can be interpreted as imparting fresh energy into patients every time they create art through this program. The images in this poster are textured to look like Read more →