3 Posters, 3 Ways
Students were asked to research and define a list of words* provided by the professor. Students had to choose a word from the given list to work with for this assignment. The objective was to create 3 different posters (not variations) that thematically translated (interpreted, made a connection of meaning with) their chosen word in relation to another concept of their choice. The students could define the word and concept of choice by any means: analogy, parody, contradiction...[...] **
Strict limitations were imposed on each poster, and they are outlined below:
Poster #1: Use type only
Poster #2: Use image only
Poster #3: Use a combination of type + image
* bricolage, convergence, denotation, dissonance, hybrid, hyperbole, isomorphic, kitsch, lexicon, mélange, metonymy, mnemonics, modularity, morphology, nascent, nonlinearity, pastiche, polysemy, simulacrum, tautological, vernacular, zeitgeist
** Project was inspired and based on an original project concept by professor Sharon O.