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12-20-2011, 06:52 PM
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12-20-2011, 08:19 PM
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I really like how it all works together. "Edition Nostalgie" element looks great. However, I think that the typography choice below (information about the event part) could have been better, more trendy.

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Originally Posted by Artashes View Post
I really like how it all works together. "Edition Nostalgie" element looks great. However, I think that the typography choice below (information about the event part) could have been better, more trendy.
thanks for the useful feedback

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12-27-2011, 05:27 PM
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This is nice.

Great job.

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Originally Posted by RS View Post
This is nice.

Great job.
thank you !

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01-08-2012, 03:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Artashes View Post
I really like how it all works together. "Edition Nostalgie" element looks great. However, I think that the typography choice below (information about the event part) could have been better, more trendy.
i disagree, i think it's too complicated already. display fonts and effects are great for headlines and getting attention, but for the fine print / details you want it to be as simple as possible so people can clearly read and absorb the information. think of any movie poster you've ever seen? the bottom is black @ something like 40%, and it's set in an ultra-condensed family simply to hold the massive amount of information.

i said in another thread, i generally hate any use of century gothic - i don't like the outlines and think there are better alternatives with the same design characteristics - but in this case, a simple gothic font choice is great for secondary information. i would axe the felt-tip look, keep it all gothic and regular casing, and rely on different weights to isolate important information.

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thanks again

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that's hot, i love the colors, and as Artashes have already
said everything just flows together nicely, i like it a lot nice work
hope to see more like this from you Lebigbang

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I think this looks great! Good effort! Looks exactly what I'd see passed around walking through town at night.

Keep it up!

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There's too much going on with your typography choice, almost making the overall design complicated. But it's attention-grabbing, nonetheless. And by that, I think the poster is effective enough in communicating the message.

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