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Why I did what I did in designing a logo and poster.

Why I did what I did in designing a logo and poster.

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  • Defending My Design By Amara J. Lundy
  • My Logo
  • Why the color(s)? • Because purple is my favorite color, and I feel it represents a big part of who I am, and yellow is its compliment.
  • Why the shape(s)? • Because I can be a “Triangle Personality” sometimes, but I would much rather be a squiggle. And jellyfish are recognizable creatures everyone is familiar with.
  • My Poster
  • Why the quote? • Because I believe in respecting life, not taking it, and in standing up for your self and fighting back in the face of fear. • Also it’s kind of funny, which makes it memorable.
  • Why the picture? • The gun directly pertains to the quote, and the space-like background was kind of perfect, considering that the quote’s source is a show that takes place in space.
  • Why the font? • Because it reminds me of how the character who said the quote might actually write. Legible, but a little messy, unique without being overly flowery and fancy.
  • Why the font color? • Because it matches the foreground. I considered making it red, but decided against it. I felt consistency was more important than color contrast in this particular situation.
  • Why the font color? • Because it matches the foreground. I considered making it red, but decided against it. I felt consistency was more important than color contrast in this particular situation.