These posters are very popular lately (everywhere), so I’ve decided to take a stab at it. There are certain rules and regulations when it comes to “government issued marketing”, so this poster is of course different than party/event posters. It may not be flashy, but it’s powerful for sure. Just right click on the layer Image Holder, marked in red, and choose Edit Contents. Paste your photo, resize, save. It will update the main poster file. To edit the header text, open layer folder called Big Text and right click on the headline holder marked in orange. choose “edit contents” and retype text. save. There is a layer folder called “adjustment” on the top, you can enable/disable or enable with the lower opacity for more subtle effect.

Fonts used: - Bebas Neue (http://www.dafont.com/bebas-neue.font) - Impact (it’s a standard font and you should have it installed. Also you can substitute with this very cool, grungy font “321 Impact”: http://www.dafont.com/321impact.font) – it would work great for a Zombie Army or something. -Trajan Pro (http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/adobe/trajan/)

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