Session 1B | Nov 11, 2015
Super nice! I will have some comments on this, but overall really great work!
Thank you !
Hey I am working on commenting the images to students and suggesting improvements.
Can you please upload to this post the background image, I would like to propose some things to your poster, too, and would like to use the original image without the text?
yes of course
Ok, here are more comments.
First I’d like to point out your excellent use of text as graphics. I actually I first wanted just to suggest you the following:
– fix 23 April – 25 May so that it stays in one line.
– move the entire textbox composition to one side so that the center of the image (which is the most intriguing part of it) remains clear and visible.
Then I wanted to do something more like first image below, that breaks up things a little bit yet remaining ordered. This version also makes the drawing behind very visible.
Then I wanted the other direction. In order to intent to show the drawing as it is, I simply filled the poster with text, and then used some key lines of the drawing to break the text. This works very well, because the drawing becomes a sort of force field that bends the “reality”. So even though a good part of the drawing is not visible (behind the text), by applying its force on the text, the drawing becomes much more potent. It’s technically a bit difficult to pull through, but I wanted to see how far we can push the idea of “multiverse”. That is indeed a fascinating idea, especially the possibility of having universes that are “almost like ours” – which is a visual theme for this poster I guess (the bottom version).
At any rate, you’ve done a great job!
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