Long Live the Wild West

"Long live the Wild West" theme with action and humans. The iconic West.
Curated by Marguerite

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This gallery has 18 objects

My first pick due to the colors, action, sky space for text, etc.
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Ghost riders in the sky; big areas of color for text; faces centerfold
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Land, sky, cowboy, iconic, color palette, but living artist--not a problem to get permission, though. Strong horizontal may be too difficult to use.
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Good color palette; iconic; big color areas for text, etc. Faces center fold; even though it's horizontal, would be fairly easy to crop
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Our current artwork
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Another bright Biss with big sky and color palette to match PCTC ad; easy to crop
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Action, movement, energy; strong vertical; blank space for text; cowboy facing center fold
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Big expanses of color for text; iconic, but not a lot of high-end action
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Remington; three-color--easy to add text and icons
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Thom Ross; iconic; action; colorful, but may not coordinate with PCTC's ad
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Fits with PCTC's "Buffalo Bill'd" theme; square dimensions might be difficult to use. Thom Ross is a living artist, but probably no difficulty in permissions
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Iconic; action; space for text and any icons
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"Panning Gold, Wyoming," iconic, but may be difficult to lay on text; faces center fold
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Action; iconic cowboy racing toward center fold; issue with horizontal, though
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Neat colors; the space across the bottom could be faded out to accommodate text, etc.
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Action, space, cowboys
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Sky is big lending itself to text; land and rider are iconic West
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Buffalo Bill and western landscape; iconic
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Marg2309's deep thoughts

I went through all the Whitney Western Art Museum's collection looking for images for an ad that would represent "Long live the Wild West" and do four things: 1) have action; 2) be iconic; 3) have a "warm" color palette due to its placement next to another ad; and 4) face the center rather than away from it. I also looked for big expanses of color our graphics designer could use for text.


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NancyM's deep thoughts

These are all wonderful! ...making it a hard choice to select just one :)