After a weekend of rest we come back to action with a new edition of Poster Monday. This time we have a poster designed by Alejandro Barbeito from Villa Carlos Paz in Córdoba, Argentina, who’s been working as a Graphic Designer since 1982.
Alejandro is in charge of Tríptico Design and Communication Agency. He’s been designing posters since 2001, when Argentina lived troubled times. He loves the challenge to communicate with eloquence deep thoughts about social subjects that must be highlighted. Alejandro explains his view of the role the poster has in today’s world: “Unless the idea ends up being hoisted by some institution to give it character and meaning the impact from the message may get lost in the maelstrom of social networks. But as everything has two faces, social nets are also a great tool to spread ideas and content”.
The poster that we are featuring here entitled “Camelloso” was designed to encourage discussion about issues related to climate changes, global warming and its consequences.
Visit Triptico‘s site to find out more about Alejandro and his work and stay around until we unveil the second Poster Monday spot of the day.