My brief was to design a poster for a social distanced comedy event. I wanted to take inspiration from other pieces of work and create something in a similar style to what I've seen comedic posters be like before and exploit more colour and difference. By being successful I wanted to take the general knowledge of the conventions of a poster & make it comedic.
Here in this project we had to explore the use of layout and hierarchy. As a key part of being a designer layout and alignment is key in order to establish dominant relationships between text, images and information the client wants to see when viewing things such as magazine spreads and posters. I played around with a socially distanced comedy event that was being held in the lakes that needed a poster with a good layout and an established hierarchy. In each I used a different amount of columns and a range of different guttering sizes to see how many different layout designs I could create using a precise and appealing structure. Although not the best, these are some explorations of Hierarchy and layout being new into the graphic design field with the project Private Eyes.