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LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:
We are a coder-heavy web design firm in need of creative-heavy graphic design assistance. We can do just about anything with cool graphics. We just need the cool graphics!
HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
One page each for:
1) Home (This page could also be the "New Work" page.. you determine whether that makes sense or not.)
2) New Work (see above)
3) About Artist (Bio, Artist's Statement, Resum)
5) Contact (including Galleries that carry his works)
It is not necessary for a completely new layout for items 3-5. A simple variation on a theme will be fine.
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
Art Galleries that may consider carrying the artist's works.
WE LIKE THESE DESIGNS:
angierenfro.com (because it is so creative and ties in with her work so well)
johnsherrillhouser.com (because of the way you can go to the next piece without closing the one you are currently looking at)
WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE (or we don't want to see) THIS IN OUR DESIGN:
This artist wants his work to portray the dignity of the animals he paints. Therefore, any reference to barnyard, etc. will not appeal to him. He does not consider his work to be "cute".
We plan to use the artist's signature as his logo. He does not have one with a transparent background. So the current plan is to crop various of his works to include his signature and possibly use those as random images within the header.
The samples of works are not hi rez - and therefore will be simply for the purpose of mocking up the site.
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