A selection of posters made for Blank Poster, a website with weekly one-word design briefs that creatives interpret and base poster designs on.
Printing, low-res scanning, printing, tearing, assembling, scanning.
Graphs convey info so I used graphs to convey the word info.
A play around with visualising corrupted data.
A visualisation of a perfect storm.
This poster depicts the saying "pop the cherry", meaning take the virginity. It is a reminder not to take yourself too seriously and to try new things joyfully.
I later printed this poster as a 3 colour silkscreen print at Dynamo in Zurich and the printed poster was shortlisted and exhibited in Scotland at the GDFS 2016.
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Photoshop experiment in creating an ethereal looking spirit like landscape.
The sound of an alarm visualised.
Over-exaggerated french kissing.
A series of posters for a fictitious festival named Friction where I set the goal to make posters that, because of the colour combination and use of typography, causes a friction in the viewers eyes.
A reminder not to do too many things at one time and that having a lot of tabs open creates clutter and probably will be the reason for the internet being slow.
A visualisation of being declined or rejected.