I need some Graphic Design for an assignment poster
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I require some graphic design for an assignment poster. The poster is about the benefits of ethanol fuel. I would like to incorporate a 'tiny-planet' style image similar to the one attached as the focus of the page. There is also attached a picture of the LC Torana used in the example.
The text for this page is as follows :
ETHANOL – good news all round
• Reliance on imported oil / Sustainability
o The vast majority of ethanol produced in Australia is derived from the left-over products of food production.
o Locally produced fuel creates local jobs and reduces our reliance on foreign oil.
o Unlike fossil fuels, ethanol is produced from a renewable resource.
• Impact on the environment / Emissions
o Ethanol produces less than 10% of the CO2 emissions of petrol per litre.
o The use of E10 fuel, sold in most petrol stations in Australia, reduces Carbon Monoxide (CO) emissions by 32% and Hydrocarbon (HC) emissions by 12% per litre.
o As more vehicles are being produced as E85 compatible this equates to a reduction of CO2 emissions in the order of millions of tons per year in this country alone.
o V8 Supercars have run on E85, an 85% ethanol blend, since 2009.
o Ethanol cleans fuel systems and burns more completely, reducing the build-up of carbon deposits and providing long-term benefits.
o Ethanol has a significantly higher octane rating than regular petrol and can run with higher compression ratios.
The Real World
In developing a project car, The team at Eastern Suburbs Automotive chose to run their LC Torana on an E85 ethanol blend fuel. The use of high-octane ethanol has resulted in significant gains in performance to 275hp at the rear wheels.. In utilising E85 fuel they have also been able to reduce harmful emissions related to the sport.
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