Urban Health theme = Pollution
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pasadena, United States
Producer, Designmatters at Art Center College of Design
Member since August 07, 2008
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Text and image fight one another. There's only pollution here, no solution. You have a few words convince me of your message, Make it clear, readable, dramatic--both in content and in treatment. Think about your message more clearly.
Posted November 21, 2009
By Susan Szenasy
I would agree with some of Susan's critique, albeit a bit differently. While there is something quite nice about the visual, I'm not sure what the message is.
I assume high-rise construction can be viewed as a solution to fighting low density sprawl, therefore saving land and resources. Cranes can also be viewed as a symbol of progress but I'm completely left guessing to what you're trying to say.
So, if you're going down the path I outlined in the paragraph above, I think your solution (high-density development) is much better identified then your pollution (sprawl). Support copy could solve the problem, or the pollution aspect of the poster can be better identified.
Posted December 29, 2009
By alexander moulitsas