So there is a week and a half left to vote for my entry. This is my book cover design for Brillo's 100 year celebration book contest. If you enjoy it I ask that you take a few seconds, if you have Facebook, to vote for my entry! The link is as follows: apps.facebook.com/contestshq/contests/255370/voteable_entries/…
Almost have the basic design of my website set out but I'm stuck on several different things which is why I post this.
Obviously from the picture I'm having a hard time choosing which color or lack-there-of works best. On top of that I can't decide which way the content should flow.
From my previous post: forrst.com/posts/U0I/… I'm working on the layout in #3.
And when I say which way I want the content to flow, I mean either up and down like a normal iFrame OR like the content in Loish's homepage: loish.net/
I greatly appreciate any advice and critique!
This is how far I've gotten on this project so far. I reviewed it with my class and teacher and there are a several changes that need to be made but if you happen to notice any different ones I'd be glad to hear them!
The issues we had were as follows:
- Spacing on the front with the names and VS
- The placement of the yellow square on the back
- The spacing between the header and body copy on the inside(left) aren't the same
- And different musical notes on the inside(right)
Hopefully once I get all the kinks ironed out I'll get this printed soon! 8)
Working on a project due tomorrow. It's a CD cover based on a mash-up of a classical artist and a modern artist. I mixed the profile of classical musicians usually used for small statues with the neon colors used on the cover of Patrick's new album. Feeling pretty happy with the way I'm creating this neon sign effect in Illustrator. Keep designing, GO!
Here are the finished logos I entered into the contest! Unfortunately I didn't win but I'm still going to enter many more contests!
These are all for the Video Production club at my school. They donate their time and effort to make videos for charities and non-profit organizations.
In the first logo I tried to express the video side of the club rather than the "monster" in their name.
The next two are the opposite however. The second logo is a letter mark of "PM" and is meant to look like monster claws.
Lastly, the final logo is a mixture of pictoral and wordmark with the "M" forming a monster.