Moma Poster Series : De Stijl
“De Stijl” is Dutch for “The Style.” This movement shows
pure abstraction and universality by limiting form and color. This poster illustrates a simple visual composition using the primary colors, along with black and white.
Size : 18” X 24”
Moma Poster Series : Dada
Dada is a European avant-garde movement from the early 20th century. This poster from
the Dada movement demonstrates graphic arts and the form of poetry.
Play / Performance Art Poster : Dorian Gray
The story is about Dorian Gray’s portrait and serves as a reminder of the effect each act has upon one’s soul. Each sin is displayed as a disfigurement of his form. The poster describes Dorian Gray drawing himself. The portrait is rendered by what he did.
I drew the illustration on the poster.
Infographic : My Media Diet
The challenge of designing an infographic poster was to create a compelling graphic-explanation for the media diet. The poster depicts all the devices that are related to games from the eyes of an addicted gamer.
Type Poster: Proverb
“If the wind will not serve, take to the oars.”
In other words, if something doesn’t happen to you, makes it happen. I derived the keyword “EFFORT” from this quote, and to strengthen the idea, I made the type and the background with a tone down color as well as a specific texture.
Size: 18" X 24"
Visual Rethoric: Gambling Addiction
The image depicts the world seen through the eyes of an addicted gambler. When he looks at something related to money like receipts, the whole world overlaps a gambling place. I took the picture on a pool table to show that the gambling place for an addicted gambler and he always carries some trumpet cards instead of credit cards.
Size: 11" X 17"