I am very happy with this poster. I finally feel like I have found a style that is my own but does not compromise the principles of design. For a long time I thought that good designs all looked a certain way, and made my own pieces according to this style. Through studying the work of others I realized that good designs do all have a commonality; their commonality is not style but design. Due to this realization I began to use elements that appealed to me, like pale colors, photographs, words, symbols, and negative space, to create a style that appeals to me and is still designed well. I am glad that I have finally gotten to a a point where design principles have become second nature, and that now I can more on the content of the piece. My poster reads "the most important thing is to not be placed and to not think." This is a good summary for what I have learned this year so far.
I like this page because I feel like it describes me and my aesthetic well. It uses some of my favorite materials: photographs, watercolor, and pen. It uses plenty of negative space and pale colors, which I prefer. Overall, I think it