The festival logo was upgraded and rests on a horizontal baseline this time.
Trent Design has completed updating the graphics that accompany this year’s annual Detroit Festival of the Arts. The new design is supported by modern colors, a complete website and content management system overhaul, extended advertising through trade publications, a new bi-fold look, dynamic promotional posters and 4×6 postcards. The design is based off artwork provided by Local Artist and CCS educator, Gilda Snowden.
Now in its 22nd year, the Detroit Festival of the Arts presents outstanding visual and performing artists from around the world, while showcasing the City’s premier cultural institutions clustered within its boundaries. This year’s festival is scheduled to take place in midtown from Friday, June 6th until Sunday, June 8th.
The new website features a completely customized content management solution that lends itself to easy and administrable updates.
This year’s Promotional Poster
Festive bi-folded brochures help to hone the look of the festival and give visitors an accessible guide to some of it’s biggest attractions.
The Festival holds a broad audience of visitors and to communicate beyond it’s thousands of patrons, ads were designed and submitted in spanish to publications like the Latino Press.
Finally, a promotional postcard assists in tying together a complete look for the festival. It only function, to help to promote the overall attitude of the event to recipients.
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