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Poster designs Art For Noah's Ark -- flea market for artists in aid of Noah's Ark animal shelter, aka. NANAS in Johore, Malaysia. *TNRM - Trap, … Read More
Poster designs Art For Noah's Ark -- flea market for artists in aid of Noah's Ark animal shelter, aka. NANAS in Johore, Malaysia. *TNRM - Trap, Neuter, Return, Manage Read Less
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These are poster designs for the inaugural event I founded, Art For Noah's Ark. It originally started out with just myself intending to showcase my Tenacious D(ogs) art, but expanded into this sort of flea market for artists, after taking up the organizer's suggestion to add more participants.
 
A portion of each artist's proceeds (either half or all) from the event would go to NANAS (Noah's Ark Natural Animal Sanctuary), which is an animal shelter in Johore, Malaysia that houses mainly Singapore ex-stray animals (and helps TNRM* Johore ones).
A portion of each artist's proceeds (either half or all) from the event would go to NANAS (Noah's Ark Natural Animal Sanctuary), which is an animal shelter in Johore, Malaysia that houses mainly Singapore ex-stray animals (and helps TNRM* Johore ones).A portion of each artist's proceeds (either half or all) from the event would go to NANAS (Noah's Ark Natural Animal Sanctuary), which is an animal shelter in Johore, Malaysia that houses mainly Singapore ex-stray animals (and helps TNRM* Johore ones).
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This was when I thought we were going for a pop art theme, and I thought our posters would be viewed by drivers on the roads -- so I tried to make the text as big, bright and basic as possible for them to remember.
 
On hindsight, since it did end up looking like a flea market, perhaps I should've just stuck to this theme.
This was when 'classy' was the new theme, and I had pictures (and more names) to play around with.
 
I also found out these posters would be stuck at places where passersby could walk up to them and actually look at the details, so it allowed me to add more detailed information to the poster.
 
I also added in two maps for Singaporeans who wanted to come over and cross the border (more on maps here).
I made this medallion using GIMP 2's Render Filter, to highlight new information -- that buyers could only pay in cash (or cheque).
This was when we secured our guest speaker, who was also keen on featuring his oil paintings of his beloved dogs from NANAS.
 
I added in names onto the pictures, as well as the DJ's and musicians' names.
This was the final poster -- it was decided that the speaker was not appropriate for this event after all.
 
A beatboxer was also added to the list of performing artistes.
 
And I removed that annoying red line on the right, which turned out to be the backdrop that was accidentally pulled out of alignment.
 
On hindsight, I should've changed 'Art Exhibition' to 'Art Market' to reflect the event more accurately.
Check out the remaining marketing materials here.