Someone put brochure cards for a rustic inn in
I am not a graphic artist, nor have I ever spent the night at a Holiday Inn Express, but I did take a two day seminar in graphic design which changed the way I look at things like brochures.
Here’s my assessment of this lovely piece:
The pictures are blended well and the whole thing gave me a good feeling about spending the night at the luxurious Gigglewood Lakeside Inn.
Except for the name. What the hell? Gigglewood… I did not get it.
Then my eye hit the bottom of the stairs. Oh my.
Well, at least it's pointed the right direction.