A collection of various posters made for different occasions.
A poster made for our monthly speaker series where a couple of SYPeas interpret the question "Where do you come from?" as they wish. The posters are simple: they must contain the first names of the speakers, only have type as the focus, and at the time I made this, be in black and white.
I wanted to simulate texture and dimension on the paper since there were so little elements. Here the letters are meant to look as if they are in the act of peeling away.
Since critique isn't meant to be limited only to designers and those who work in the arts, this poster lays out some ground rules to having a productive critique. The illustrations are meant to give a light-hearted feeling, showing that critique doesn't always have to be a serious, initimidating matter.
In November, Dan Ariely visited the SYP SF office, giving a short talk on his work in behavioral economics. It was truly mind-blowing.
This poster is a homage to one of his first TED talks about illusions and how the affect our decision-making process.