For the first Poster Monday spot of September we are featuring a poster from Hugo García who lives in Guadalajara, Mexico. Born in Ocotlán Jalisco, on 1969, his posters have been selected by renowned designers from different continents, and several times his posters have been placed among the best 50, in various international competitions. He has managed to be selected in the top ten of international posters with the theme of climate change and has been the guest of honor for the design and exhibition of social posters, in different countries such as Ecuador, Saudi Arabia, China, Spain, Venezuela, Russia, United States United States, Iran, North Korea, Peru, Turkey, Ukraine, Krakow and Mexico. The social poster has been a line of knowledge that has been present in his professional career as a designer, academic coordinator and professor of design at the Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Occidente ITESO.
“The poster Bridge was born for participating in different community projects as a self-taught bass player and guitarist, and in recent decades as a poster artist, have generated a taste for sharing and expressing for people the importance of doing for and with others. I believe that there are many things to do with others, in the places we inhabit and we cannot generate a change and lead a transition of society from an individualistic vision and suddenly, it requires everyone to turn around and walk connected to new horizons. to start with small but constant steps. Music and art in general manage to establish personal links between human beings to create a unity from diversity. The idea of linking us through, as Vargas Llosa says, “good literature builds bridges between different people and, making us enjoy, suffer or surprise us, unites us below the languages, beliefs, uses, customs and prejudices that separate us” And this reminds us that there are more things that unite us than those that separate us” tell us Hugo.