turn an old religious poem into a large, artistic image

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  • Prix: $106
  • Propositions reçues: 21
  • Gagnant: mertozkan

Résumé du concours

There's an old poem of which I'd like to display the first 2 verses of, on my wall by my front door, as a message of guidance and a warning for my young boys, as they start their lives in this tricky-to-navigate world. There are websites that take your image and put it on a large canvas, but I don't have a good image of the verses. Is this something a graphic designer can help with? The poem is old, and was written while the author was a homeless heroine addict. It has hope, but is dark, and conveys the author's reflections of the unhappiness and emptiness of his lowest moments. I want the image of the verses to "feel" like the sobering, dark warning that the poem is. If this is not something that is handled on this site, I'd appreciate any guidance as I'm stumped on how to get this created. I've attached a copy of the first 2 verses. They are long. But I have a big wall haha. :) Thank you!

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  • syedbarimanjan
    • il y a 1 mois

    What is the size of your wall and do you want the full wall to be covered with this poem?

    • il y a 1 mois
  • syedbarimanjan
    • il y a 1 mois

    Do you want an illustrated background for it and the verses written on top of it

    • il y a 1 mois
    1. smm80
      Titulaire du concours
      • il y a 1 mois

      Hi! I hadn't really considered an image in the background, but I'm not opposed to one.

      • il y a 1 mois

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