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We set out to combine elements of our branding process and our logo into a poster. What do you think?
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Are you sure you wanna do blue against white? That color scheme is sinfully generic. I think it's waaaay over used and a bit heartless. But there must be a reason why nearly every HUGE corporation goes with that particular scheme.
Well, i'm sorry to say, i don't really think this is a right step. First of all, what do you want to communicate? What is your audience / target, what is the purpose of the poster, where will it be displayed, what size will it be, how long do you intend to use it and so forth.
I like the tag clouds but i'm trying to understand why they form a circle / sphere. Is there a particular meaning to it? What is it trying to say? Apart from that, i think tag clouds that highlight particular features, like what you've done here, are better off using a single font, or perhaps 2 at tops.
Love the design!!! Colour is too bland. Don't you want it to literally hit them in the eye. That colour doesn't do that.
Maybe darken immotion studios, choose a few key words or phrases to use as the wrap-around instead of 50 words. Choose a different blue, or another color.
It's an appealing design concept. Maybe you might want to add some gradient effects on the "emotion studios" title to give it a shine effect.