Darío Cruz Silva, born in Quito, Ecuador is in our second Poster Monday spot of the day for his poster entitled “43” in support to the Mexican people for the atrocious event that took place in Ayotzinapa.
For this time we will take a pause in our duty to share the poster and the bio of the designer as we usually do. For this time we will ask you to think above all about what happened in Ayotzinapa, Mexico. If a poster can’t be strong enough to make it happen we all have to demand, with everything we have, the best from justice.
Darío studied in IAVQ, runs a design studio with his wife, creates brand products and works in the government in the area of communication as senior designer. He also teach Graphic Design and gave lectures about design, typography and corporate identity.
“This poster is a small contribution, un granito de arena (a grain of sand). It was done to not forget about this tragic event, it’s a message to be remembered” says Darío.
If you would like to see more From Darío visit his studio website.