Below is a selection of posters I found to be inspirational while browsing the sites content.
Avengers poster - Rhafael Aseo
- Illustrative design features a composition of the main relevant characters.
- Limited colours used.
- My outcome could feature a similar concept to represent the given film.
Batman - Nikita Kaun
- One colour illustration plus stock - relevant to brief restrictions.
- Engaging illustration captures viewer attention.
- Communicates dark mood of the film.
Breakfast at Tiffany's - Adam Juresko
- Limited use of colour is relevant to restrictions set by brief - inspiration as to how my design could be coloured.
- Type communicating the films title and main actors has also been featured - helps to give the outcome context as a film poster.
Attack The Block - Joe Wilson
- Design features an illustration directly relevant to the films content to form a visual representation of the film.
- Simple yet effective.
- Captures mood of the film well through applied graphics and colour scheme.
ARGO - Jonathan Burton
- Definitive scene of the film is the only thing that is needed to create an engaging and relevant poster for the film.
- No type communicating the films name or actors has been featured, solely relies on illustration as a form of communication.
Breaking Bad - Ken Taylor
- Another main character composition has been utilised to represent the series.
- The intricacy of the illustration helps to create an engaging outcome.
The brief also provided us with a list of inspirational & relevant artists to review as part of our research. I reviewed all of the featured designers and chose a selection that I found truly inspiring and relevant to the module.
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- The two posters displayed above both utilise a limited amount of colour, an aspect that is directly relevant to my outcome due to the restrictions of the brief.
- Both posters feature typography that fits with the aesthetic of the illustration style applied - helps to give context as a film poster.
- Although simple in appearance the posters effectively communicate aspects of the chosen films as a they communicate definite aspects of their content through illustration style and colour.
- I personally find the posters created by designer Olly Moss to be some of the most effective posters featured on this research post.
- The posters all utilise a limited colour pallet relevant to the restrictions set by our brief - showcase what can be achieved by cleverly applying a limited amount of colour.
- Negative space and intricate illustrations are used to create a visual outcome relevant to the film.
- Additional film information is also applied in a style relevant to the illustration.
- Saul bass is a relevant designer to feature as he works to the same restrictions we have been set by the brief and continues to create relevant, engaging posters to represent a huge range of films.
- My outcome could be created in a similar style, using a simple, relevant illustration with contrasting background to from a representation of the featured film.