I love the way they used the eye dropper tool to make the entire poster the same color as the skyline. At first glance, I like the poster. At second, I hate the font. At third, I love the font, because I appreciate the fact that they made the
I like the sense of depth the artist uses for this ToC. It seems like a wall. One thing that confuses me is the information about the indie week at the bottom of the page. it seems like it looses the sense of depth.
Christian Jackson of Square Inch Design, created a series of hyper-minimalist poster designs for a myriad of classic children’s stories we’ve grown to know and love. Check out the poster's below (buy the prints here) and be sure to visit the Square Inch D