5 months ago
@Johnny Waterman Feel free to take your own conclusion. That's the idea. I want to inspire, I'm not longer that kind of designer who just want to impress with fancy gradients and textures. Now I'm going to put my design energy on the superficial world.
...or maybe I can change my mind tomorrow, I don't know, I like to try different things, otherwise gets boring.
@Nacho I suppose that @Johnny Waterman with his comment tried to tell you that the characters of the lettering disappear on monitors with high contrast calibration. I tested it on my EIZO CG as well as on my notebook. On the EIZO I could hardly see the characters left and right from the face. The characters disappeared in the white background. On my notebook – with low contrast – the shot looks great. Nevertheless, it’s only important how the print looks!
I think the "NOT" is some pixels too low, and the bolder style is not enough bolder than the rest of text, which makes the composition a little ambiguous. Why not strongly distinguishing the word "NOT" a little bit more?
Naw, the first thing i thought of when i saw this was just the color white, whether it's in terms of design or the color of your skin.
Reminds me of Rich Kids of Instagram for some reason lol.
Anyway, I was drunk that night. What's important here is that this girl is stunning. I met her in LA, she's from Ukraine, beautiful girl. The close I can get to anything like this is working in fashion, that's why. Makes sense?
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