(Module 4 Great Brochure Design) The vintage feel and the die cut of the cars make for a visually appealing design. The rustic colors of the paper and the typography are creative and interesting. The colors complement each other well.
Using a creative fold and die cut, this brochure engages viewers in a more interactive way than many other brochures. Added bonus: Once the brochure is completely unfolded, it forms a replica of the company's logo.
We want to incorporate some "top down" photos, similar to all of these food pictures/sites we've been pinning. We'll be using our own products, trinkets, and items that LOOK like our brand. The use of a top-down photo for the footer is intriguing. We love
I have accumulated published works since December, so I will try to catch up as far as I remember! This is a pamphlet I illustrated for all through the pages. Produced by Nagareyama City in Japan for prospective new citizens.