Trisixtin is very talented! She is very kind and did a fantastic job for us on our project!
- New Work Fellowship
The designed turned out great and it will work well on the many different types of vehicles we have in our company. Hari.Krsna was very responsive and great to work with. Nice work!
My third or fourth design with UNTALENTED-- he gets things done and does them well! Will definitely continue working with him.
- Dusica Neskovic
I'm delighted with the design. Dusica was a pleasure to work with, always responsive and positive and willing to incorporate my feedback into the design - or to tell me gently if my ideas wouldn't work! I highly recommend working with her.
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We are a college music department who performs dozens of concerts each year. This year, we are featuring a "Music of Social Justice" series, which includes concerts, lectures, and discussions around social justice topics.
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We need a poster for our "Music of Social Justice" concert series by the Rowan University Department of Music. The main image from the poster will also be extracted for use on a website. In your design, please reserve the bottom third as open space for concert details to be added later. The poster must include the series title: "Music of Social Justice". I would like the image to include a classical musical instrument(s) or a classical music-related icon; for example: a piano, cello, violin, clarinet, trumpet, french horn, staff paper, or treble clef. The image should encompass the concert series theme of social justice (concerts feature issues such as racial inequality, gender inequality, human trafficking, environmental sustainability, etc.). For example, please refer to the attached poster from a different concert. I like how the instrument dissolves into the doves, but it might be better for there to also be an element of unrest/conflict/oppression. I am open to new/different ideas, but would be pleased to see a poster much like the one attached.
I would prefer that you do not use Rowan University's colors (brown & gold).