Thursday, March 5, 2009


I thought about some other ways to express the flowish looking. 20 is supposed to be one of the highlights of this exhibition. So, I came up with the idea of breaking the "20" into pieces, and reform them with a flowing direction. I think black and white with a little magenta will be a nice color combination. To me, magenta is a clean, pure, and contemporary celebration color. One of the most important concepts in my poster is all the names of the people in this class flowing among the broken "20" pieces, together form the fluidity, which shows our effort that we put into this exhibition. The color of all the names, I plan, is in silver. This regular size poster can be one choice. I am also thinking about a horizontal or vertical long posters that are almost like a banner. 
Let me know what you think.



  1. Alix very impressive poster. l Iike the broken twenty and how they look as if they are floating. It's simple yet eye catching. The black and magenta look nice together as well. I'm not sure about our name being on the poster though.

  2. I also think that we need to highlight the information more than how you have them set up on this poster.

  3. maybe we deserve it if we make this exhibition rock! haha.