Serenity Promo Cards
Sunday, September 25, 2005

Last-ditch attention getters as we head into the home stretch... What could you do with these?



Sunday, September 25, 2005 2:35 PM


The wallpapers/posters that I made to attract the attention of Star Wars / Star Trek / Babylon 5 fans

Star Wars:

Star Trek:

Babylon 5:

were fine for bulletin-board or office-door use, but I woke up thinking about something smaller that I could just drop and leave places--video stores, book stores, theaters, malls, libraries, desktops, wherever.

I took the Star Wars and Star Trek wallpapers/posters and redesigned them as leave-behind promo cards. Everyone knows Wars and Trek, even if they aren't science fiction fans, and the images always seem to get a rise out of folks. I can print these 3 images (6 cards) to a page.

Sunday, September 25, 2005 4:50 PM


I like this! But could you make it alittle smaller so i could put it on myspace to avertise the movie! Don't worry i promise i will give you credit!!

Sunday, September 25, 2005 7:20 PM


Credit is a non-issue, but I'm not sure what you're after. Simply reducing the size would be easy, although the descriptive text on the Star Truck card won't take much reduction without becoming unreadable. You mean like a web image, not a print image? Without "Take Me" on them? Individual images instead of the joined image? How much smaller in height, percentage-wise?

Monday, September 26, 2005 3:24 AM


big damn sci-fi!!!



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