I am launching a film called Greater Than Yesterday. I am looking for the poster that includes a logo (loosely defined) of the text Greater Than Yesterday in it in some way.
After the poster is done I will be looking to pull thematic elements to guide the rest of the website development and title cards for the film itself so this definitely could grow into a lot more project pieces if we work well together.
Here is the film. It is 30 minutes long if you would like to see it. There are questions throughout that may guide your ideas.
Right now there is no art or personality on top of the film. The film still does not have the intro. This concept and font you use will likely flow into that.
One thing I have played with is including some of the flowers from this film in the opening sequence or on the question slides (licensing already arranged if we go that rout).
I particularly like the blue one at :34 and purple at :52 and dandelion at 2:15… but lots would work!
What i want to avoid if we go with flowers is cutting men out of the audience so it can't be an all flower concept.
I would say my audience is about 75% women 25% men.
If we included the flowers would be sort of "unfolding to all the possibilities of you."
Other imagery I love could include reaching for the sky, flying, taking flight, growing, stretching or just people being great in every day mundane places. With a megaphone on a desk. A rockstar doing the laundry. An office turning into a world stage. Many of the people who attend these classes are people who are shy or think they don't matter. All those images could be played with.
Take a look at my inspiration board: https://www.pinterest.com/blossombe…yesterday/
I'm sure there are other thematic ways to express growing, stretching, unveiling, being vulnerable or naked. Any concepts are welcome! (Although I think we have the faces in the flowers now well covered bu submitted designs)
The end deliverables will be:
1 poster/title slide with the words: Greater Than Yesterday
Featuring the tools of Access Consciousness® (this last sentence may be left on or off depending on how it works with the design.)