Some of our posters have been bugging us for a while. The illustrations either looked a bit off or didn't follow our conventional art style, so we've made some slight changes to them!
For our Flatland poster, we've removed the title that was originally in the whitespace. This was the first poster we designed and so it retained our more complicated style where the title is included in the poster's whitespace. We've changed our style since then and now place the titles at the very end of the text.
This is what the new Flatland poster looks like:And here's the old.We've also updated our Crime and Punishment poster. This was more of an aesthetic decision since I (not anyone else...just me) couldn't stop staring at Raskolnikov's (the man in the illustration) waistline. It just looked off to me. This was a very minor change but at least I feel much better when looking at the poster now!
New Crime and Punishment poster:And the old.
The Picture of Dorian Gray poster was also updated due to aesthetic reasons. The stance of Dorian Gray was simply a bit awkward with the way the waist met the upper thighs. Again I feel much relieved after the change.
New Picture of Dorian Gray:Old Picture of Dorian Gray
The last poster we made changes to is our The War of the Worlds poster. This was a change that was much needed since many people could not make out the bottom protruding shape to be a sinking boat. So...we removed it!
Our new The War of the Worlds poster:Our old The War of the Worlds poster.
What do you think of our changes? We're very eager to hear your thoughts! Please tell us in the comment box below!