Turn in to the Dropbox:
*include two print ready images saved as a .tif format (for each size)
*include all asset files
Design for 2 output print sizes:
11" x 17" @ 300 dpi, AND 4" x 6" @ 300 dpi
You can choose landscape or portrait (most posters are portrait)
Design an icon for the Web:
400px X 400px
There can be transparency or not
You will have the choice of either a Re-Envisioned Movie Poster or Persuasive Poster
We will print to the LASER PRINTER as a "proof". This does not need to be printed to the ink jet nor mounted unless you want to. We will post the prints in the hallway.
*(Student Examples at the bottom of this page)
Persuasive Poster (PSA or Propaganda)
There must be text in your work and at least one image.
Innovate through your layout, use of shapes (including negative space), use of text, and the combinations of your images. Don't forget your compositing skills! Limit your color palette.
The content of your work will either be political in nature, or a public service announcement of some kind. You must communicate an idea and persuade your viewer.
Basics of Design:
Past Student Examples:
How Posters Work (an interesting exhibition and interactive interface):
WPA (Works Progress Administration)
PSA or Propaganda
Many Varying Posters (including Obama's campaign)
Artists to look at:
google image search
Antiques Roadshow - Chicago. Travel Posters (@ 25:15)
Re-Envisioned Film Poster
Choose a film that you have seen before. (It might help if you like the film).
Find a poster for the film. Use the same text as this poster.
Your task is to create a completely NEW poster.
This includes color and images.
I'm going to also advise that you not necessarily use images of the actors from the movie but instead consider something about the movie that makes it stand out.
Re-Envisioned Movie Posters
Cazares, Fall 2015
Molina, Fall 2015
Gage, Fall 2015