Fantastic designer, who have patient, change everything you want and have own good idea for inspiration
great work, thank you
Loved working with the designer - almost a perfect design from the very beginning! Creative and listened to exactly what I asked for.
Susa did a great job of interpreting the vision that was laid out in the brief. Very easy to communicate with for revisions. Highly recommend.
How getpaulhoward started their poster journey
Who are you known as?
What's the Alternative? Productions
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are in the final stages of post production of our short film, "Tomorrow" and we're seeking a finalized film poster, in addition to a proper "profile" crop and "cover photo" crop.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
Using the references and photos included, we'd like 1) a high res "Film Poster" (this would include traditional credits at the bottom) and then 2) a "Profile Photo" crop (no credits and cropped for Facebook Profile Photo) in addition to 3) a "Cover Photo" again with no credits.
The image with the child (looking off) and title is the closest to what we like and are seeking, but this image is still not quite "done" or "right" . This is (and should be) a great leaping board to begin from though.
The film poster should communicate a bit of ambivalence mixed with an innocence or childlike quality. We don't want the audience to know exactly what genre our film is. Obviously it's not a comedy, but there should be a bit of vagueness. Our initial idea was that the title itself should be written in a young child's hand, but that can be distracting or too elementary so instead we think it should be "reminiscent" of a child's quality and innocence.