The next Spiderman movie poster is turning people into trolls on the internet (photo).
How Photoshop can be a double edged sword even for Hollywood? Illustrator Sam Gilbey just puts it so well:
“If you’re simply moving photos around though, you’re not going to get that cohesiveness that an #illustration can bring you. A skilled #artist can take all those disparate elements and weave them together into a beautiful composition, whilst capturing the aspirational ‘feel’ of a movie at the same time. Of course now the fantastic thing is that as an artist you can use #Photoshop to aid the process. The ‘problem’ is that you don’t need to be an artist to give it a try, or to understand how good compositions and colour palettes really work.”
Ps: Corporate world, the same rules apply to your next marketing visuals. 😉
Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/2tpCaS8
The marketing research firm Kissmetrics has designed this infographic to show how colors affect our purchasing decisions.
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Yellow is optimistic, young and bright: it attracts window shoppers. Red is energetic and exciting: very good for discounts. Blue inspires strength, trust and security: banks and tech companies love it. Green is peaceful, healthy and relaxing especially when it’s about NGOs, drugs, cosmetics and organic products. Orange is creative and dynamic: move, think, buy, sell. Pink is romantic and feminine : no comment. Black is powerful and elegant: luxury goods, top-segment cars and coffee brands are into it. Purple is serene, wise and almost magical, as anti-aging products can be.
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Why is Facebook blue? According to The New Yorker, the reason is simple : “Zuck” is red-green color blind, blue is the color he can see the best.
Fastcompany : Why is Facebook blue? The science behind colors in marketing
Seonity : Choisir les couleurs selon l’activité du site