You see this kids? This flier for Ballistics, a dubstep party with Eprom and Hulk, is a near-perfect design. Every element is strong. It's a great image. The color scheme is awesome. The carefully constructed logo is bold and memorable without being flashy or overdone. The textual elements are both easy to read and complementary to the overall package.
And just as important, each of those strong elements works well together, existing in a fine balance that reinforces the individual elements strengths. The whole thing is jam-packed with subtle details, but it never looks busy or overwrought. It's just a great looking piece of commercial art. Nice work. You can see the other side, with complete information for the party and more nice, elegant design work, after the jump.
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