poster/advertisement for brand release party

etahchen's picture

this poster/advertisement serves to advertise a clothing brand release party.

any criticism or suggestions to improve the typography and layout?
thanks for all your help.
i cannot insert the image into the 'body' for some reason.
(error message)
so i have provided a flikr link

http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6223/6328750854_5e6e7807cf_b.jpg

thanks for all your help typophiles.

Luma Vine's picture

"this photo is currently unavailable"

etahchen's picture

i don't know what happened. but here it is
http://www.flickr.com/photos/etahchen/6330287453/

etahchen's picture

i personally wouldn't have done the typography like that.
I created this flier, but the client was directing where he
wanted everything placed at.
he was just going off what he thought looked good, rather
than typical typographic thinking.
I don't think the flier turned out bad. We got it printed,
and it looks decent looking.
I feel the typographic layout can be more logical,
and the hierarchy clearer.
What do you guys think?

BRANDMECHANIC's picture

a few things bother me - is it kids clothing?

the panda and balloon concept tells me this - but the panda looks bored?

if it's a kids thing - why the snake in the background?

why the "boring" colours?

rather than having a "brand release party" you should have had a "crfty party" to celebrate the launch.

the typography and layout is very asian - the QR? barcode thing looks like a chinese japanese character and i expect the rest of the info to be not in english

BRANDMECHANIC's picture

what happened to this project?

etahchen's picture

hi BRANDMECHANIC.
well, the release party turned out well.
Here are some photos of some of the products we ended up making.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/etahchen/sets/72157628252379381/
About your critique, the client was asian and owned a Thai Restaurant. That might be why. That's funny because i thought it looked like the fliers for his restaurant. The panda concept was the clients idea, but the clothes are not for kids. This flier was kind of a failure in my opinion.

etahchen's picture

hi BRANDMECHANIC.
well, the release party turned out well.
Here are some photos of some of the products we ended up making.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/etahchen/sets/72157628252379381/
About your critique, the client was asian and owned a Thai Restaurant. That might be why. That's funny because i thought it looked like the fliers for his restaurant. The panda concept was the clients idea, but the clothes are not for kids. This flier was kind of a failure in my opinion.

BoldPrince's picture

For brand release party have been many poster advertisement distribute between the people. In this event people are very happy. For this Chicago Signs fixed on the road. My opinion is that, people should not stop from the advertisement. read more.

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