For national poetry month in 2014 my design class was tasked with creating expressive typographic posters using peoms by various poets. These posters were put on display in a local gallery in Nelsonville, Ohio, where in the same gallery the poets held an event supporting My Sisters Place (A non-profit supporting woman and children facing domestic abuse).
This poster was based off the poem by Victor Depta titled "Love's Cell Phone", a poem about generational separation and disconnect.
Using various methods I was able to conceptalize the final poster using both analog and digital process.
One these methods invloved using a copy machine to distort the printed text of the peom. This helped represent the static created by a low signal on a phone call.
For the project I was paired with a parnter and was tasked to create cohesive elements between the posters