MICA GD 200.01
Thursday 9am-3pm, Brown 305
Instructor: Ryan Clifford,
ryan.d.clifford@gmail.com, 410.340.8636, Office: Brown 316
GTI: Aura Seltzer, aura.seltzer@gmail.com

Monday, October 11


  1. The scale in your first poster is working better for me than the second. It gives this feeling of encroachment and walking towards the title. The smaller size also allows Veronica to stand out. I'm still not convinced that your lettering for the title is the best style. Be careful with legibility of your text at the bottom on top of the grass (and watch out for the typo - Film).

  2. I'm not crazy about the type you're using for your secondary information, it feels really chunky, and the title still feels a bit heavy and inelegant.

    what happens if you push the layout, and really push the main image into the corner so she feels trapped and pursued by the Heathers?

    It's come a long way, but it feels like it's missing something, somehow.

    What happens if you make it about the mallet, ball, and head? Keep the grass texture, but take away the legs?


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