Typographic posters is a collection of posters made during 2013 and 2015. This project involves the experimental use of typography through the use of lines, patterns and isometric perspective that generate a unique perceptual experience. Each of this posters represent a challenge to communicate with the only use of type. 1. Poster to celebrate 40th Anniversary of Felix Beltran. 2. Poster to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Gestalt Institute. 3. Poster to protest over missing 43 students in Mexico. 4. Poster for design conference Passion & Design V. 5. Julian Carillo's Thirteen Sound.
This series of book jackets focuses on the concept of distortion. Through each cover, this notion is represented in a different manner which includes physical, extraterrestrial, and mental distortion. Each form of distortion was generated based on subjects and themes throughout the novels. One novel is about a massive earthquake that cripples the land, another focuses entirely on the science of black holes, and finally the last showcases the destructive characteristics of amnesia. For each book, a prop was constructed and photographed, to give the illusion of depth on the front covers.
Topology is a series of black & white hand sketches by Huang Zi (the artist) that explores the imaginative topography of various landscapes and people's relationships with them. Because on every inch of every terrain, there is life. It is a diary of sorts to capture the stories of his various travels to faraway places. Documenting journeys through an artistic rendition is a historical way to celebrate the places that others call home. Huang Zi is bringing this art form to the digital age via an online gallery and social media.
The scope of the project was to inject a cultural related theme into the designs. Andrew Carter, the designer, produced a look of action to express contemporary art through the motion of the logo. The different arrangements of the logo creates a sense of motion that cause the eye to move over the work. What inspired the artist was a reading about a technique which captures movement in several frames. Andrew also took inconsideration that the rate of new typefaces being produced nowadays is simply staggering, so a detailed research had to be done.
'Folk Fusion' demonstrates a variety of regional Russian art styles infused into the Mexican culture, through ornately designed Dia de los Muertos skulls in a series of six posters. The Russian folk styles presented, and described, are the Gorodets, Gzhel, North-Dvina, Zhostovo, Mezen and Khokhloma.
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