I love the way they used the eye dropper tool to make the entire poster the same color as the skyline. At first glance, I like the poster. At second, I hate the font. At third, I love the font, because I appreciate the fact that they made the
This book cover shows excellent figure ground/negative space. The contours formed by the position of the fox serve as the shape of a boy, I'm assuming "Peter." This empty space also creates a wonderful focal point for the book title to nestle into.
I love the combination of the wine and the saxophone in this poster. This is a great example of a minimalist design with a double meaning. The saxophone represents the "Jazz & Blues" and the Pouring wine represents the winery where the even is being held.
Awesome treatment of copy on a flyer would be great on a magazine cover - by Gordon Beveridge The photo is great, showing stop motion. But the words in between the line, doesn't distract the photo, while showing important details for the movie poster.
I know that the designer made the numbers in this piece so huge and graphic for a reason, but I don't find it successful personally. I don't know how I would change it, maybe make it smaller, or the type on the bottom larger.