Karis has been a pleasure to work with. She was able to produce what was in my mind perfectly. She's patient and helpful and has made the whole process a pleasant and enjoyable process.
- Palmer Design
What a great designer and designs! She was easy to work with, very helpful throughout the entire process and went above and beyond what was expected. You will not be disappointed if you choose to work with her for a design project! We would work with her again in a heartbeat on our design project!!!
How pwgavin started their signage journey
Who are you known as?
PWG Media Group
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a media organization currently focusing solely on film. My current project is "Nerd Prom: An anatomy of Washington's Wildest Week" (http://variety.com/2014/biz/news/do…201168142/), which looks at the single most important event in our nation's capital each year...a big, nearly five day lineup of parties, power, politicians, celebrities, corporate sponsors, etc.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I am looking for a movie poster for the aforementioned documentary. I probably won't know what I like until I see it BUT I know that I'm probably looking for something that conveys the gist of the film (think of it as Washington Gone Wild) without being *terribly* busy (doesn't have to be empty and too simple, either, but maybe somewhere in the middle). One idea is some sort of mixing of a DC monument (Capitol, Washington Monument--not White House) in a party setting (this is *not* a terribly good idea, but what if, say, the dome of the Capitol building was the top of a cocktail shaker or the Washington Monument was a joint, etc., etc.)
Somewhere on the poster, I'd like the following information to be conveyed.
Title: "Nerd Prom: An analysis of Washington's wildest week."
(I'd like Nerd Prom to be in all caps and "An Analysis of Washington's wildest week" to be in lower case and smaller font, underneath (or even somewhere else on the poster).
"A film by Patrick Gavin"
"Coming soon..." http://www.nerdpromthemovie.com
and then the logo for PWG Media Group, which I am attaching
I'm also attaching the title shot from the movie. This may turn out to be totally useless to you. I like it for the movie, but may be interested in something more different for the poster so take it or leave it as you wish. Thank you!