What a meaningful sentence! That is why ‘simple’ is a first concept before designing something.
Blood types comic collection
What can I say? They are just so funny, random and creative. First found these Korean-originated comics on Facebook and I was immediately head over heels. (I know this may seem like a random post, but in my opinion it shows ultimate spontaneity and the power of thinking outside the box - the characteristics needed for anyone working in creative field)
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And lucky enough I finally found the very first source of these comic strips, so they have the whole collection of 24 strips waiting for you to read on. Enjoy :D
Both pictures and conversations are really funny. This is a very clever idea since I understand the concept based on this comic instead of reading a long explanation about blood type.
a draft of Haiti’s poster
I intend to deliver the fact of Haiti which are the disaster and its damage together with the hope of Haitians. They are looking for a hand, “help”, from others in order to be comforted their sorrow.
Brush Script is a script typeface designed in 1942 by Robert E. Smith. For the reason why I like this font, it is kind of a neutral typeface. It is not so form as computer’s fonts; for example, Calibri. Also, it does not totally have the look of handwriting fonts which are sometimes too messy to read due to all the curves. Thus, while reading some texts that are written in Brush Script, I feel neither intense nor irritating which are feelings that are brought about by computer’s fonts together with handwriting texts. Actually, it makes me feel relaxed and more enjoyable in reading texts in Brush Script font.
This is Brush Script font
This is a welcome text written in Brush Script at a hub pub
restfull one: just stones and stones - similar at the beach; as a result, there is nothing that is special. Thus, it may make viewer feel relaxed
restless one: it is some kind of a mess in a city where everything is thrown without public awareness. For this reason, it is annoying.
Version 1: it emphasizes on “you”. When the viewer look at the poster, what they get is Britons is pointing at “you” and the purpose of this poster is for “you”. Being pointed as that may leads the viewer feel uneasy.
Version 2: the main content is emphasized by the scale. The viewer will get the purpose of this poster immediately even without reading every word there.