just don't see why using scanned images/photos has made it less challenging, that was my point aistrope, was just questioning why he thought that?
everyone here works with images created and imported in their work
seems to me that many times these have become a fine art abstract project than a communication project, which is what graphic design means, the art of communication
i like the way we get all kinds of approaches (personally i have always preferred when the projects are to convey a message and not just abstract images, i remember the poster project 'refugee' as one that did)
over 50 entries, how many would we get if it was the other way round, we all have skills in certain areas and deserve the opportunity to use those skills than just be forced, if we want to be involved, to stick to creating images only
each to their own, as i said i think more approaches the better, some talk to you, others interest you for their aesthetic quality, some make you say 'what the hell', all of which i like
I'm tossing up between Jack Vanzet Andrew Broughton and Christie Lyle for who my vote goes to. All very different responses and so so good.
Hey by the way, I thought with our submissions, not only would the owners name show up but also a link to their profile and website. Is this going to be something updated at a later stage with the AIF site? loving the refresh so far too. Everything looks smashing and much more functional.