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This is a presentation about why I chose certain colors and shapes to create my quote poster and my logo.

This is a presentation about why I chose certain colors and shapes to create my quote poster and my logo.

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  • Defending My Design Ryan Chase
  • My Logo PICTURE
  • Why the color(s)? • Red represents being active and determined well. I am active and determined. • The red and black together represents aggressiveness, which is what I was going for.
  • Why the shape(s)? • I chose circles because they represent a track, where I spend most of my time, and they represent harmony which I enjoy.
  • My Poster PICTURE
  • Why the quote? • This quote is my motto. Even when I feel like giving up, I push through pain and agony in order to reach a goal.
  • Why the picture? • Pole vault is one thing right now that I am really struggling with. When the quote is paired with this picture, It really inspires me to go out and get better at polevault.
  • Why the font? • This font represents being strong and powerful. Pole Vault is all about being both physically and mentally strong. Without this font, the quote would seem powerless and out of place.
  • Why the font color? • The black font color really blended in with the pole vaulter, making it seem as if the quote was part of the picture. The orange contrasts the light blue sky, making the most important part of the quote stand out.
  • Why the font color? • The black font color really blended in with the pole vaulter, making it seem as if the quote was part of the picture. The orange contrasts the light blue sky, making the most important part of the quote stand out.