It felt so good to turn in my final project for Color Theory class on Monday!
Our mission for the final color project was to:
-Design a series of 3 in-store posters, each measuring 5 inches wide by 9.5 inches tall, with a focus on sports or fashion. I chose REI because I love being outdoors.
-Use a split complementary or triadic color scheme. I chose a triadic color scheme of blue-violet, red-orange and yellow-green.
-Make the figures the focal point of each poster, and the typography the least dominant element.
I used Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign to create these posters, which was great experience. Since I’ve used Photoshop the least, I found some tutorials to accomplish the techniques I needed to learn to pull off my concept. I spent a ton of time on these designs, so I’m happy with how they turned out. I was also very happy to hear my teacher liked them. What a great way to end a challenging class!
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8 thoughts on “Posters”
Excellent! Great colors and use of graphics!
These are very cool, and I love the color effects you did with the figures vs. the backgrounds of the images. The biker especially really pops out of the frame. An A+ job for sure!!
Awesome. And another class under your belt. Congrats, friend!
You’re hired! Sincerely, REI. 😉
Thank you so much! When do I start?
I love how they turned out as well! Great job!
Terri…I’m quite impressed! Great concept, great colors, great execution! REI would be silly to pass you up! 😉