Is pleased to announce his new poster ‘Love over hate’ was selected for San Violentín 2012 in Quito, Ecuador. It will be exhibited within a 25 posters collection at the Naranjilla Mecanica on Monday 13th February 2012.
More info and photos coming soon.
Today I received a wonderful photo from my good friend Hervé Matine (Founder of Posterfortomorrow). I visited Hervé and his beautiful family back in March 2011.
1. Concept – A simple yet good concept is essential to making a good poster. You should be able to explain your poster in one sentence.
2. Personal – Take the subject matter to heart.
3. Provote – Make sure your poster gets a reaction from the viewer.
4. Empathy – Show understanding for whom your poster effects the most.
5. Negative/Positive – Your poster can show a negative or positive attitude towards a brief.
6. See – Always remember people see with their eyes. Try to catch their attention.
7. Connect – How do I connect to the general audience and the people concerning this problem?
8. Universal – Your poster should reach a wide audience. So that everyone around the world is effected by your poster in some way.
9. Put yourself in their shoes – Try to put yourself in the mindset of the people your poster effects. Also what experiences and situations they would go through in their life.
10. Why? – Ask yourself why am I creating this poster?
by Christopher Scott
Concept: A stone has no feeling, no sympathy, no empathy. Sometimes we humans are like stones. It is important we show compassion and empathy towards other humans and all other aspects of life forms.
Concept & Design by Christopher Scott