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Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Melissa Parker: American Apparel

American Apparel 1Congratulations! Melissa's pitch was chosen and she is now an art director, creating a campaign based on this ad. The American Apparel team includes Dennis and Patrick.

7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

the vector art is great here and i really like the decorative a's. the shape at the bottom creates a very dynamic flow.

6:54 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I see how this could be a good campaign. Everything has some good unity and style. Illustration is really nice. Muted colors work well with the modern style.

7:27 PM

 
Anonymous David White said...

I love the illustration work. You have my vote.

D. White

3:30 PM

 
Anonymous bailey said...

this is oh-so-nice! i love the repeated floating a's and the colors you chose. i think this concept is perfect for a campaign (especially for store signage). i place my vote!

4:40 PM

 
Anonymous Heather said...

This would be a great change of pace from their current marketing campaign. The repetition of the aa's really creates an awareness of the brand, and ties in nicely with the illustration.

6:47 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The color scheme is very art deco to me and I find it effective along with the unique typography/logo design

4:52 AM

 
Anonymous Outsider said...

Illustration for posters is always a cool way to go, especially if you can pull it off. Good work on the overall illustration and ad layout. Only tweaks would be to push the poster to a full bleed. The copy area already has it's bordered area. The illustration itself could bleed off the page.

Nice work though.

8:08 AM

 

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