6 March 2010
No Twiggy, One Logo (E.E.P)
After someone suggested that I could get away with using one logo that needn't have to fill up the gilded frame, I thought I'd try it out. At first glance, I thought that I could black out the background, but then thought that matching it to the purple would work better. I definitely prefer this later version opposed to the first edit with the logo layered on top of each other. It's simple and doesn't look cluttered. Furthermore the composition of the frames getting smaller and smaller draws your eyes to the mannequins and the logo situated at the back.