okay so I'm jumping in on this one a bit late, but I just had to say this part, you apparatus kids are right on the money here, as we all know, Pink is the new Orange (in the graphic design world about 2 or 3 years ago, if you wanted to make yourself seem real hip you threw safety orange on everything, book endpapers and the such, but in the past year or so everyone's been all about the pink --though of varying shades from magenta to bubblegum). My suggestion to all of you illustrator types, to keep on us design-school kids' good side, you gotta start making your flames on your skulls pink.
Hmm...my attempts at humor today are falling flat I think. I like the joke in the clip art here... Also, it kind of has a house ind. sort of feel, but not so...dated as their stuff (though that's not an insult to them, just that they tend to make their stuff feel authentically old). One of my favorites your guys have done. I love pink.
WoW! I don't think i have ever seen so much clip art on one poster. How long did it take you to do this thing? Maybe 30 minutes..well I imagine it actually took longer than that. I know those clipart catalogs are very thick and can take hours to sift through to find the right image.
I'm just fuckin with you man.. I actualy like this one. I think has a cool style to it. I could see this one hanging in my office. Next to the posters with skulls and devil chicks of course..hehe
christ lure, makin whip out the pantone books and shit..
cha- its just got the same feel of the dplan poster, some mid 70's feel that i just dont like. cant really pinpoint it, its not the color itself its the color and the images. go change it
i dunno, i think it's just the wrong shade of pink. maybe pms 1785 would have been more effective. and i think there's some moire pattern showing in the halftone, so maybe a coarser line screen would have covered for that. and that font is i bit overextended.