The logo has a dog outlined in black with a upside down heart shape head, it's tongue sticking out and big red heart eyes. It also has my companies name on the bottom, "Puppy Love". This logo was created for my company, a dating website for dogs that would allow dogs to be set up to have play dates. The logo is simple and symmetrical.
I only incorporated a few composition points into my logo. I used symmetry, everything but the companies name is exactly symmetrical. This created an overall sense of balance. Also I stacked the logo on the companies name which gave it a bit of a layered look, also since the puppy is all stacked up and symmetrical too.
I used my photo to express the man goal of my company. I used the puppy to show the target demographic of my services. Also, I used the heart eyes to show it was a dating website. I wanted it to be simple and easy to remember and recognize, I received a bunch of positive feedback about that aspect and got one suggestion to change the tongue and make it symmetrical too.
My piece was an overall success in my opinion. I felt my piece showed the goal of my company in a clear way the best it could since it is an unique and new company with a fresh concept. I modeled by company off the I love you New York model, and felt it keep up to the simple and bold nature of it. I could have added a slogan to further the understand of what my company was though.
My computer is STUPID and will not let me upload Hailey's Chernobyl picture. I've tried for like an hour to figure out a solution. Ughhhhh but I included it when I turned it in so hopefully that works.
Hailey’s photograph uses a great sense of 3D- imaging. It shows a scared girl running away from the massive explosion at a ship deck. Personally I think the model brings life to the photograph and makes the entire image. (Bonus points that it happens to be me). The use of layers really adds to the photograph and makes it eye catching.
Hailey used various composition points to make her image a visual masterpiece. She used the layering effect well by stacking the different images on top of eachother. The person and boxes, then the explosion. She also used be offish by putting the explosion to the right of the center and her model to the right of the center even though she still had symmetry shown throughout her piece.
Hailey wanted her piece to tell the story of her treatment. It was shown by the bold text of an event everyone is aware of, with the vivid picture of what was going on. She used her model to show the overall panic and scare of the civilians and create a story within her frame. The 3D really made the image come to life and give it more of a realistic sense.
Hailey’s project did exactly what it was supposed to do. Inform viewers about the movie in a way that was bold and eye catching. This was the piece that was her movie poster. I think it was able to tell a story and inform people that walk by it what the movie is about, which is a major advertizing key for movies. Next time she could work the make the image more realistic using black and white and similar explosions would be interesting, and maybe multiple models running.