After winning the batman poster competition I have decided to use my powers of graphic design for good rather than evil. I know what you’re thinking, you’re thinking – “Edmund, how could you possibly use graphic design for evil?” – I’ll tell ya how: I could wow a client with a brilliant design for a theatre show but put the wrong date on the poster thus causing anarchy at a small fringe festival. ANARCHY! and I would save it as a .jpg file and delete the .psd file making it reeeeealy annoying if I were to change the date to the real date. But I would not say a word, I would just let the audiences turn up to another show which may already be booked out. I would stand on a hill watching the confused crowds get mildly annoyed at the ticket booth guy and would chortle, I would chortle with absolute glee knowing that I, a lowly graphic designer, caused such anarchy!
This kind of evil only works once though, It may be hard to get a gig designing posters for a while.
So here is an example of my powers of graphic design being used for good:
This is a birthday present for my brother-in-law Joel. He is a marine biologist and bicycle enthusiast and aquaMAN did he love it.
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That is excellent – you’ve even got the shape of his head right (i.e. a bit pointy at the top – no offence Joel!)