horror movies are my absolute favorite and when i first thing that stood out to me was the way that it was colored. I also love how these characters are drawn in a less threatening way when they are typically displayed as gruesome.
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here's a minimalistic movie poster for the wizard of oz. i think the artist did a great job at capturing the essential essence of what the movie is. from the color scheme to illustrations used to represent each of the main characters, it's pretty spot on.
i'm not really a fan of the font used to go with this design, perhaps a simple sans serif font would be better since this has a bunch of clean lines. but outside of that i love the design and the message that goes a long with it.
i love the way that this put together. typographically i think it's creative and the word choice that composes the piece is befitting. i also like how the faded image in the background adds a certain level of texture.
okay i kinda have a thing for ampersands and this was one that i stumbled upon and i thought that it was nicely done. i enjoy the graffiti-esq feel with the paint drips and the repetition of various forms of and. it's really clean.
i enjoy the simplistic nature of this. and the of colorization of the states to create the illusion of a man eating absolutely complements the text that accompanies it. it really drives home the point that color can make or break a piece.
this design is quite witty how the word visionary plays off of the glasses. and constructing the entire piece out of vinyl makes it all come full circle, especially since some musicians are viewed as visionaries. i like it.
i think this is a well balanced design using color to describe the equilibrium that's needed for the two. i am particularly partial to the word play.