KRISTIN IS A REGULAR contributor to this blog…and she has outdone herself again with her latest entry.
Says Kristin: “Hey Ed, I have another page for your consideration. I must try to redeem myself a little for the recipe blunder.
This page tells the story of a family from a forgotten era. In the 1940’s there was a massive upheaval of families and homes in the Santee area to make way for two lakes and a business. Everything was lost beneath the waters of Lake Marion and Moultrie. That was until the drought made most of the water recede and uncovered remnants of the forgotten past.
I had a wonderful picture that our writer had taken of an old cemetery marker where most of the dead were reburied after being moved to a new location. That picture struck a chord into what emotion wanted to convey through the design. Tell me what you think.”
FROM ED: This is a feature page just the way I like features pages…classy, serene, easy to follow. The type is wider than normal but it appears to have been set in a larger type size to allow for that. I like the headline font for this package. The subtle overlays, the color and the generous negative space make this a beauty.
Let’s hear what you think.