by J J Cohen
To assist you in ignoring the Graphics Gone Wrong!
image I provided in the post below,
here is suggestion number two: I am thinking of working with the Romulus and Remus segment of the Franks Casket as the background for the seminar's logo, with the seminar title imprinted across a lighter version of the image at left.
I like the coziness of the panel, its staging of danger within a scene of weird nurturing, its dynamism within enclosed spaces, its marriage of text and image...
[update: graphically enhanced version here
Great image, one I'd be proud to be advertised by. But if you're overlaying text on it, I wonder if it'll be too busy for a background?
great minds, Karl! But I think if this were muted a little, and then the writing in a sans serif font in a compatible color, it might be fine :-)
Great image, and do the text overlay in a black box for striking contrast which will also look beautiful set against the gray-slate look of the casket itself.
I love it!!!!
those little people - they look so happy
I agree mostly with Eileen. This is a very nice image, but I would use the "naturally" present sectioning to put the text in rather than a full overlay. I just don't want to see the image in the middle obscured.
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