My theme for my font is “space ship”, I want the shape of the spaceship to look like a font. I using soft color in this font, like white or sky blue. Why I want the color soft? It’s a spaceship, the space is already black, so if I using soft or kind of that color it’ll match between the space and the ship. And for the shape itself I’ll make it looks like starwars space ship. I think this type is suitable for children. So I will make a poster about children toys with space theme. I make the color of the poster dark blue and it is about children new movie. The poster is titled “Equity Spaceship is coming. Are you team Good or team bad?” The poster is about the new coming toys.
For my layout, I will put my experiment font in the middle. For the background I’ll using small vector space ship after the dark blue background. Why using vector? Because to avoid images that should not be used for posters this time. Vector itself aims to make children more interested and see the shape of a good and small plane. And I put the position of the font in the middle so that it is clean, because space itself looks clean when viewed without stars. I also put the font in the middle with the aim that readers can know at a glance that this is a new toy that has come out. I don’t use a lot of writing in the middle, only titles and subtitles. And for the details of the font itself, I used the plane shape that is generally already in the film. I will modify it a little so that it resembles the shape of the letters. For the elbow section of the font, I will blunt it on several font. As I made the shape, which looks like a rocket with 2 thrusters on the back. I use the pushing color on the soft orange i letter, it aims to make the font look contrasted in color. I will also use a different color later, so it’s not just orange and there might be soft blue, soft red, etc. I didn’t use the basic font in this typographic experiment. My experiment font is based on a spaceship so it doesn’t need a basic font shape (like Helvetica / Arial). So my fonts are based only on the imagination I have and the shape I want
For my target audience, children aged 7 years to 15 years. Both men and women who love space films and love fantasy. That’s also one of the reasons why I want to make a poster that looks simple and clean. So that the imagination of a 7-year-old child can understand what it is, and a 15-year-old child will still understand what is in the poster. Maybe that’s the explanation of the poster concept that I can explain. Sorry if there are errors or deficiencies in this explanation.
Edo Kristian W – 2201848766
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