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50 pics

The phenomenal poster

A 4-day poster workshop with Graphic Designer Rasmus Koch

Form without purpose and goal is rarely meaningful to debate – at least not in relation to the discussion of the poster as a means of expression. Using the building blocks of the poster – composition, image and typography – we tried anyway. A list of constraints were necessary:
Create a defined image without any clear origin.
Find words or sayings without clear meaning.
Establish a composition of image and word without direction and purpose.

The result was a series of more than 40 silkscreen printed posters – each one of them surprisingly powerful and vivid.