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

Tuesday, October 19

Border or no border?


  1. I like the bottom right the best of the 4. You might want to try that scale without the lined border as well (letting the white space create an imaginary border). The secondary text on the bottom is distracting from the title and imagery. The combination of different scales and styles also makes it difficult to read the information in the right order (I read "Dusk Bengie's Drive-In"). I would avoid the extra large D and O. The flying owl is working nicely!

  2. Have you tried using the border you had in class on this? I think it could really make this jump as a poster.

    Be careful of the scale of your secondary text, it feels a bit disjointed. The D and O really become focal points, be careful that it doesn't overwhelm your poster.

    Also, you've got 4 colors. Blue, black, yellow and your paper color.

    You can only have 2 colors plus paper color.

    This has come a long way, nice work moving forward!


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