Surfing club for at-risk disadvantaged youth of Costa Rica.
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Can't see your original. Error message. Might just be me, though.
In general, on first glance? Way too much copy for a poster, with too many "hot spots" vying for my eyes' attention -- none of them addressing the main point.
Semms like the original is in CMYK, therefore only Safari can display it.
The color combination seems a bit odd to me. Maybe lose the pumpkin background color. I'd remove all but the main top image - it feels really cluttered. Though the boy in the top image looks like he is missing a foot. The ampersand also seems a bit odd because I'm guessing it's meant to connect the two columns, but it just gets lost in the background. It's really not necessary. I'd make the column headings the same font size. I think the vertical line could work as a seperator centered between the columns, but the one on the left doesn't need to be there. I think you've established a good heirarchy of information but take all those green images out.
reminds me of this:http://creativebits.org/my_lovely_nokia
i missed that one. it looks nohing like it to me. i don't trust gradients in printers so i don't do them often.
You can go a bit more crazy with the layout. It's still a bit too static.
Maybe you could just use the green on the bottom for the web details though. I would personally lose the vertical lines next to the type too, I don't think they help. If you really want the & and other picture elements on the bottom half I would have them in a tint of the orange background colour. Also you have repeated the myspace and web details, I don't think that is necessary. I do like the orange background colour though, but maybe I have an orange fetish!
but the posters - with some of your suggestions went almsot as is and is getting a lot of attention.
thanks. i love this site!
it would be interesting to see it, cheers, glad some of our suggestions helped.
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