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Hi everyone!

This is my first post! I've currently just started a course specialising in digital design and have an assessment that I need to get feedback on from other designers. I'm still very new to this but here goes nothing!

The main objective for the assignment was to create a shirt and poster for the Salvation Army that can be ordered online; it should showcase their efforts to help and show compassion towards others. I designed my shirt to aim at a broader audience, whereas the poster is intended to show the effort the salvation army has made since 1865.

Please! Any kind of negative/positive feedback would be greatly appreciated!
Thank you so much!
Ben.

CAN BUYING A FONT HELP SAVE SOMEONE'S LIFE? – YES IT CAN!

#BUYFONTSSAVELIVES will sell typefaces to raise money for Cancer Research UK and Macmillan Cancer Support. The brainchild of Haymarket Creative Director Paul Harpin, all proceeds are going directly to these two great charities.

The fund-raising project was inspired by Harpin’s niece Laura, who sadly died aged just 26. Paul created a new typeface family to sell in her memory. Other type designers and experts are kindly joining in to help raise funds.

The fonts are available to buy and download from www.typespec.co.uk/buyfontssavelives with the initial releases including the following:

LAURA

The Society of Typographic Aficionados is organizing Font Aid VI: Aster Affects — a project uniting the typographic and design communities to raise funds for Red Cross relief efforts after the events of Hurricane Sandy.

The project theme will be represented in a typeface consisting entirely of asterisks.

Why the asterisk?

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