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curly flyer
March 31, 2009

I've been having some fun working on graphic design projects for the pug rescue. I really enjoy the creative side of marketing just as much (ok maybe more) as the analytical / technical side. I love the process of starting with a blank canvas and adding content and image elements to convey a specific message to an audience. Then pulling it all together into a design.

My latest creation is this flier that I freestyled using sort of a scrapbookish layout.


Similar to my writing style, I tend to stick to simple cleaner designs so it's still visually appealing but the message doesn't get lost. In this case it also had to show how needy pugs can be without making people flinch and turn away. Essentially it has to convey both the dark and the light sides of animal rescue. Seriously, I could do this stuff all day and never get bored.

We hope to spread the message about our new rescue organization so.... if anyone would like to post these at your local veterinarian's office, animal shelters, grocery stores, etc. Print away! Just click on the image for the 8 1/2 x 11 full scale version.


Posted by Lori on March 31, 2009 12:10 AM permalink Comments (5)



emily the biker pug commented March 30, 2009 10:56 PM

Lori the poster looks fantastic.
Some of my favorites on there Sophia, Pixie, Butter Ok they are all my favorites.
Great job Thank You from
emily the biker pug, Lola, Sunshine and Lilly



Becky commented March 30, 2009 11:49 PM

Good looking flyer, hope it helps to get the word out about the wonderful work that you and the organization do for the curly tails!!



Casey commented March 31, 2009 9:27 AM

First of all, I LOVE DOING THAT STUFF TOO! Your flyer is great. I was actually going to e-mail Drea/Kristin and ask if they had any promotional materials I could bring to a pug meet up here in CT on Sunday so I WILL PRINT YOUR FLYER!! :) Thanks Lori!



Christine commented March 31, 2009 11:15 AM

Lori, the poster looks great! I'm in Massachusetts, and I'd be happy to print and post these wherever I can. I'll help spread the word on my blogs, too!



Lori commented March 31, 2009 6:04 PM

Thank you!


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