The first Poster Monday spot of the day belongs to Augusto Zambonato from Brazil, for his poster entitled “Blind Faith”. Augusto studied illustration and graphic design at the UFSM (Federal University of Santa Maria) and at SCAD (Savannah College of Art and Design). Cubism and northern Brazil woodcuts, also known as “Cordel Literature” have influenced Augusto’s work. The end result yields illustration which explores every aspect of visual communication, transcending all language barriers.
The “Blind Faith” poster depicts the (almost religious) trust and faith most people have in money. A faith that ties your hands and makes you blind, which Augosto thinks is common both in the US and Brazil, since both places have people that exploit other’s beliefs and religion to gain money as well as people people who have a blind faith in money.
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