Hi Chris,I was really struggling to find the differences at first as they all looked the same initially. But having looked at them again, I'm leaning towards no 3. Hope this helps.Take careCarmen
1 for me Chris
Number 2. It looks more proper the way the names are displayed at the bottom and leaves the upper portion of the illustration clearer.
No 1 for me.
No 3 for me.A clear divide between title and artist / authors [no 2 blurs the two being so close to each other, imo]
Two. The impact is not lessened by having text at the top as in the others.
Hi Chris,2 is my least favourite as the main text covers more of the image. I prefer the balance of 4 and like how story title is introduced as Clement C Moore's The Night Before Christmas. Just sounds a bit more classy.
I like #2 as the layout of the names reminds me of a Christmas tree silhouette. :)
No 2 for me. It looks nicely balanced with all the words at the bottom.
I prefer no 2 gives you all the relevant information in a very nicely balanced script
Thanks to everybody for your help. Looking across all my social media profiles, it is neck and neck between 1 and 2.
Number 1 drew my eye immediately, before I examined all the layout designs. It's has a good use of the 2/3rds rule and uses the golden ratio.
Contrary to the most, I don't like 1 and 2 at all. The text at the top look ill-placed to me, especially since there isn't much room there anyway. I go for 4. Same reasons like Unknown posted before.
Definitely prefer No 2 - neater, more logical layout.
I prefer number 1. It's balanced a you find the information quickly. Moreover I like it because the wording above and below act as a virtual frame to the illustration. Hope it helps. Mind you I am not a graphic designer nor an illustrator bit I love your work. regards from Argentina.
Number 1! Your art is inspiring.
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