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Poster Poster is an online community that celebrates the power and influence of posters on our culture. We provide students, graphic designers and the general public with up-to-date information on all things poster related. Check in regularly to discover new posters and Poster Master interviews with the world’s most influential poster designers. We also feature information on upcoming poster events and competitions around the globe.
Christopher Scott is an internationally recognised social awareness poster designer. Born in Northern Ireland, he received both a bachelors and a masters degree in Design and Communication from the University of Ulster, Magee. The concepts of his posters are paramount to his visuals, and his work communicates strong and meaningful messages with humanity at the core of his designs.
Scott has been recognised by many organisations and his work has been exhibited worldwide including the Louvre in Paris, France. He also has been a member of multiple international juries.
Currently he is a Professor of Graphic Design at the Universidad Tecnológica Equinoccial.
A bold creator, empowering communicator and life–long learner, Natalia Delgado is a Mexican design educator & social entrepreneur with over ten years of experience in her field. She holds a BA in Graphic Communication Design and a MA in Sciences and Arts for Design from the Universidad Autonomy Metropolitana in Mexico, and a PhD in Art Education from the University of Victoria in Canada.
She works as a professor for CETYS University and is a consultant for the international non-profit Poster for Tomorrow. Natalia has shared her unique design process and vision at several conferences and workshops all over the world and her award-winning work has been exhibited at more than 150 locations worldwide and featured in numerous international publications.
Mario Fuentes is an Ecuadorian Poster Artist born in Ibarra city. His work has received many national and international awards, including Gold, Silver, Honorable Mention, and Special Mention in many competitions around the world.
Also he has been selected in Biennials and Triennials of Poster in countries such as: Poland, Belgium, Japan, China, Finland, Mexico, Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Spain and Bolivia.
He was selected among the best 10 posters of Poster for Tomorrow project 2011. Paris – France, forming part of the permanent collections of prestigious museums of design.
Currently he lives in Ibarra, Ecuador.
David Jimenez is a passionate graphic designer, always in a state of creating something new. Born in the city of Guayaquil, Ecuador, and currently studying Advertising Graphics Management at the Universidad Catolica de Santiago de Guayaquil.
He always makes some time during the day to sketch his ideas on paper and create graphic communication pieces, specially posters, for which he feels great affection.
Daniela Fernandez is a graphic designer and creative artist from Ensenada, Mexico.
She is a professor at the Universidad Interamericana para el Desarrollo (UNID) and works independently coordinating local and regional graphic design & artistic projects.
Daniela is a national CONACYT scholar, currently studying an MBA with concentration in Marketing at CETYS University.
Andrew Mayberry is an artist from British Columbia, who is currently based in Toronto. His traditional work combines variations of textures with mixed media techniques on canvas. His digital work is focused on graphic design and video. Andrew is a graduate of the Bachelor of Applied Arts Illustration program at Sheridan College, and has exhibited his paintings and designs internationally.
Paulette Cabrera, a fervent learner, avid reader and travel enthusiast from Cancun, Mexico. A strong believer of multidisciplinary projects and working with a variety of creative minds that will allow her to enrich her perspective and way to approach new challenges.
She is a writer at Errr-magazine.com blog and Vans Ambassador for Puebla, Mexico. She´s currently studying Visual Information Design at Universidad de las Americas Puebla (UDLAP).
He was born in Mexico and has a degree in Graphic Design and Master of Science and Arts for Design. He has extensive practical experience in graphic design, particularly in the creation of posters.
His focus is the research of the relationship between graphic design and media ecology. He has taught design at several universities in Mexico and he is founder of the organization I Love Design in Durango.
Fernanda G. Horta is a dreamer who truly believes in destiny and people. Also, she thinks that happiness, love and smiles are meant to be shared. She is in love with photography and words.
She believes that the little details can touch the stars. Now, she is studying graphic design and discovering more passions like branding and editorial design.
Currently she lives in Ensenada, Mexico.
Elizabeth Resnick is a Professor Emerita, former chair of Graphic Design and current part-time faculty at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, Massachusetts. She earned her B.F.A. and M.F.A. degrees in Graphic Design from Rhode Island School of Design. She has organized seven comprehensive design exhibitions.
Her publications include Developing Citizen Designers, Design for Communication: Conceptual Graphic Design Basics, and Graphic Design: A Problem-Solving Approach to Visual Communication. She is currently working on The Social Design Reader. She has led poster workshops and lectured throughout the United States, Mexico, Ireland, England, China, South Korea, Iceland and Bolivia.
His alterego is “Don Motta”, lover of the ninja turtles, Illustrator and Graphic Designer from the School of Arts and Letters of the city of Bogota University. His passion for design and illustration began at approximately the age of 12, when he became aquainted with vectors, concepts of diagramming, color management, shapes & proportions, among other skills that empirically strengthened the bases that would later be consolidated with theory, thus directing him towards the graphic design.
Don’s style is based on the mix of graphic design and illustration, influenced by tastes and hobbies such as classic horror films, Hip Hop, Rock, Comic, Anime, Urban Art, Motion Design, Skate and Pre-Columbian Art mainly.
Born in 1983 in Russia.Graduated from the Institute of Architecture in 2007. Many worked as architect and interior designer, also illustrating newspapers and magazines.
Designer at Erarta, Museum of Contemporary Russian Art. In 2015 he won 1st place in the category Illustration by Behance Russia. Collaborates as designer and illustrartor with poets and writers. Takes part in Russian and international exhibitions of graphic design and contemporary art.