Christopher Scott is an internationally recognised social awareness poster designer. Currently he is a Professor of Graphic Design at the Universidad UTE and President of the Ecuador Poster Bienal. You can contact me by email: email@example.com
It is not very often I am speechless; however visiting the beautiful Quilotoa Volcano (which is a water-filled caldera in the western Andes of Ecuador) a few months ago was certainly one of those special moments that took my breath away.
Ecuador is without doubt the most beautiful country in the world.
Last month was the official opening ceremony of the PosterFest 2018 in Budapest, Hungary. It was an honour to have 2 of my posters (Suzhou Zigzag and Unfair Play) selected for the exhibition with many iconic designers such as Milton Glaser, Lex Drewinski, Niklaus Troxler and more.
Very proud to finally announce that my student Ariel Guevara (who studies Graphic Design at the Universidad UTE) has been selected in the prestigious Golden Bee 13 Moscow Global Biennale of Graphic Design in Russia.
The Golden Bee is considered to be one of the best biennales of graphic design in the world so it is very hard to describe in words how proud I am of my student. Ariel’s work will be exhibited in Moscow started next week and then it will begin a world tour in various countries around the world.
A special mention to Martín Pastor for making a wonderful interview for the Universidad UTE of which you can read the full featurehere.
I am extremely proud to announce that my poster ‘Tree Shadow’ has been selected for the 2018 edition of the best social poster competition in the world Poster For Tomorrow.
This year the topic was ‘A planet for tomorrow’ and 3654 posters were submitted from all around the world. Starting from last week the 100 selected posters began a world tour in Paris, France and will continue in various cities all around the world.
This is the 8th occasion that I have been selected for this prestigious international competition which I will cannot believe to be honest.
A huge thanks to all of the people who like, comment, share and support my work all around the world, I cannot express in words how much it means to me.