Today’s poster is not so much a poster as a terrible pun that popped into my head due to too much fandom. Sorry for the lack of legitimate poster-making.
I’m considering taking a hiatus on this blog to a) work on some longer form poster projects and b) work on some of my other summer projects. Like my internship that I’m starting in a week. Or my thesis, which I am simultaneously excited about and dreading.
I might change my mind tomorrow, though so no guarantees. Otherwise sparse updating coming your way.
About the Poster: The first image is from Wikimedia Commons. The second is a promotional picture for the BBC show Sherlock. I have no rights to that. The font is Goudy Bookletter 1911, distributed by The League of Moveable Type.
So, I’m working on something a little more complicated, but my inspiration for everything else has been waning. So, I just fiddled around with some photoshop effects and made a movie poster out of it, minimalist Criterion Collection style. I don’t know that it worked out, but I’ll keep working with it.
About the Poster: I don’t remember who took this photo, but it was with my camera, so probably someone I know. The typefaces are Ostrich Sans and Impact.
Finally getting back to academia readings with some cyborg theory.
About the Poster: The typeface is Helvetica Neue. The image is from Wikimedia Commons.
I animated it. Because it was necessary.
Disclaimer: The image is a screenshot from Downton Abbey. I have no rights.
I left my copy of Cruel Optimism at school. I am mourning by making a poster out of a quote. Does this quote make sense out of context? Maybe the better question would be, does this quote make sense in context? The answer to both questions may or may not be “no.”
Doesn’t matter. She’s still amazing.
About the Poster: The typeface is Ostrich Sans.
Like I said here, I finally got around to trying to figure out a wallpaper version of this. I changed the color scheme and the photo style a little bit too.
Disclaimer: The image is a screenshot from the BBC show Sherlock. I have no rights to it.
About the Poster: The typefaces are, once again, Times New Roman and Helvetica Neue.
If Downton Abbey has taught me anything, it’s that socialism will lead you down a dark path that ends with marrying a dashing Irishman.
Disclaimer: The images in the gif are screenshots from Downton Abbey. I have no rights to them.
About the Gif: The typeface is Helvetica Neue.