This past week was a bit more challenging, however, as I was asked to design a separate poster for a lecture.
This would be a typical template for the plasma screens. Of course, not every project image would be similar, so these yellow blobs would be annoyingly irritating to move around to fit... but a decent enough concept to work for the lectures.
But this week I was asked do design a poster, using the image below:
thus my bright pink photo adjustments would be a terrible idea!
The image itself has its own colors, and shapes, and to mix it with my poster's concept seemed odd.
Below, the first draft.
I was then encouraged to 1/ use the image as the full background, as I did the plasma templates, and 2/ to use a shape from the stained glass image, instead of the Jean Arp shapes and 3/ reduce the amount of colorful blobs.
The text seemed strange on this poster, and I was then asked to 1/ make the image blur using gaussian blur, in case of pixelated image quality and 2/ widen the yellow shape to make the words read more smoothly
as in "Bauhaus Design" instead of "Bauhaus" on one line
Basically, understanding the importance of how a poster's information is read for the viewer,
to make it as simple and clear as possible
The size of the poster was scaled up as well.