ES Carnival Poster Design

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Emphasized Standards 2-Language of Art 4- Technique
You will be creating a poster design for the ES Carnival, November 28 1 pm and your client is the PCA. They have requested that the theme or concept of this event must be apparent and will be geared toward attracting students and their families from Preschool up to Grade 4. Some of the events will be your basic carnival type activities/attractions: Inflatables, Stilt Walkers, Face Painting, Balloon Animals, and Games such as Balloon Dart Toss, Toss a Ball into a Bucket, Can Pyramid, Ring Toss, etc. It must be high resolution and all elements must be original and not taken from outside sources.
In your sketchbook you must have one page of brainstorming/mind-mapping, you must have one page showing four different ideas of the concepts, and one final drawing with colour and explanation of typography and Colour palette. Please make sure to pinpoint how you will use CRAP (Contrast, Repetition, Alignment, and Proximity) principles and what application you will use to ensure its refined and professional.
Questions for Success
Have you used the principles of design (BUMPREC and CRAP) in your sketches and final poster design? (Language of Art)
How have you improved your design concepts? (Transfer of knowledge)

4 thoughts on “ES Carnival Poster Design

  1. I like working on this project, as we were taught new ways to portray art, new processes, new techniques and new acronyms that really help us improve our graphic design ability.

  2. I am excited to see how these posters will turn out and how our originality and creativity has expanded since the beginning of the project. Also, I am curious to see the winning posters.

  3. I have used all 4 ideas of C.R.A.P The one I think I used best was the a in crap. I used it by aligning the words in the side with angles. I have improved my ideas of alignment after someone said that I should put things on an angle and not have them just on top one another.

  4. I used CRAP in my sketches and final product because in my design, a checkered background had contrasting colors, and the pattern was repeated for the background. Alignment was used because of the placement of things and the checkered design, and proximity was used because a tower of cans and carnival attractions were together.

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