I’ve been working in the graphic design world for over a decade and I love it. Here are some of my favorite tips.
You should ask yourself why you care about something. If you want to know what you are talking about, ask yourself what you are talking about.
You should also take your time. It is much easier to get something done when you are patient.
I can’t say I’ve ever seen a poster that I loved more than this. It’s just beautiful. It’s a poster of a man in a white lab coat, staring at a diagram of a giant red circle, which is surrounded by a red circle and a gray circle. The diagram is surrounded by a red line on the right, then a red line on the left, then another and another.
The art was very reminiscent of the old Doctor Who poster. The red circle has a black outline, then an orange circle, then a red circle, then a black outline, then a red circle, then a black outline, then another orange circle, then another red circle, then another black outline, then another orange circle, then another red circle, then a black outline, and then another orange circle.
The diagram is surrounded by four red lines.
The red line is where the red circle begins, then the next one, then the next one, then the next one, then the next one, and so on.
I don’t know why I have to tell you all this. I just think it is cool.
Just as I thought.
Ok, so, the poster thing is a big one for me, but what do these diagrams have to do with us? We’re all aware of the red circles and the black lines, right? Well, now we know it’s all about the circle as a metaphor for the subconscious. The circle symbolizes “who’s thinking and feeling and thinking and feeling,” and the black lines, that’s the subconscious.