I am getting some pretty authentic aesthetics. This style will be used as pull quotes throughout the book. I want them to look like gritty old boxing posters.
I made some minor tweaks when I was coding it, pretty happy with the outcome. Check it out at jamesgillen.co.uk
LaMotta defended his title on the September 13, 1950 against Laurent Dauthuille. Dauthuille had previously beat LaMotta by decision before LaMotta became World Champion. By the fifteenth round, Dauthuille was once again ahead on all scorecards (72-68, 74-66, 71-69) and seemed to be about to repeat a victory against LaMotta. Shockingly, LaMotta hit Dauthuille with a barrage of punches that sent him down against the ropes toward the end of the round. Dauthuille was counted out with 13 seconds left in the fight. This fight was named Fight of the Year for 1950 by The Ring Magazine.
A university task as to produce a pecha kucha presentation on a chosen film. We will then be making a 100 plus page book using themes from the film.
Just been making it more screen orientated, using a 16:9 aspect ratio and some illustrations of screens. I also decided to keep the only colour to the apps to avoid confusion.
After some deliberation I decided to screen print this poster, I am super happy with the choice. The negative space really gives you the effect of standing on the platform. As the poster is about posters, it seems fitting to use the iconic curved posters as the main element. I will post the printed version soon. I have 5 of these printed slightly smaller than A3. Get in touch if you would like one, a donation would be appreciated.
First attempt at a personal information graphic about screen use over 24 hours. It needs some refinement, and some more structure, but I feel it is a pretty solid start. Cant wait to see it on some beautiful stock.