Stills V3

November 20, 2009

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Filed under: Rex — Rex @ 16:54

Afternoon Walk

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  1. That’s your afternoon walk? In a wheelchair?

    The placing of the blue band in the overall picture gives plenty of visual tension and allows this simple composition, along with the fall of the sunlight, to be very effective. The wheelchair graphic gives it another dimension.

    It is intriguing how much images are used in signs in our era.

    Comment by John Ellis — November 22, 2009 @ 08:28

  2. This pairs nicely with ‘Tethered’, not only in the use of a curved line to provide a strong composition, but also in the quality of the light.

    Comment by matt — November 22, 2009 @ 14:40

  3. I didn’t see the connection with ‘tethered’ until I read Matt’s comment.

    This is a very simple graphic and would ultimately lose its appeal because of that, but it is a fun quick look. It would also probably work commercially. I can see this would get selected from stock libraries and so on.

    Comment by Colin — November 24, 2009 @ 18:59

  4. I also missed the “tethered” connection — but see it now.

    The simple, effective design and graphic quality certainly would work commercially, as Colin says. The light and texture add a lot of interest.

    Comment by Christina — November 25, 2009 @ 05:10

  5. I think this ties in more with John’s ‘London 9’. The blue route is the one you should follow but the brightness and thus interest is off the path. I would also say I find this deserves more than a quick look. Agreed there’s not much to look at (i.e. strong graphic quality), but the light and texture in this make it a little more than that. Added to this the 3D appearence and I find this has plenty of depth. I would happily have this hanging on the wall.

    Comment by akikana — November 25, 2009 @ 05:23

  6. I like just the tip portion without the disability sign (small screen, lot of scrolling) – graphic, light, texture and so forth. With the sign, it makes me wonder why there is a curving route in that expanse of tarmac.

    Comment by doonster — December 1, 2009 @ 14:10


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