For last april’s Poster Monday spot we are featuring a poster designed by Chun-Ta, born in 1990, is a skilled and creative graphic designer based in Taipei. He is adept at converting abstract concepts into symbols such as geometric elements, applying in visual demonstration and communication design, composing both artistic and commercially applicable pieces to bring out the uniqueness of identity.
Chun-Ta specializes in branding, visual identity, editorial design, binding, packaging, printing and post-press finishing. With a diverse and broad experience in design service, he has been working with a wild range of clients, also willing to explore the possibility of collaborating with people from multidisciplinary specialties. Winning numerous iconic international design awards ranging from Europe, America and Asia
The memorial poster is designed with the perspective from Taiwan. In Taiwan, the image of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen is applied to the design of NT 100 note, which is used most widely. As time goes by, modern people usually connect Dr. Sun Yat-Sen with the notes. Therefore, the image of note is used as the topic of the poster, constructed with geometric shapes in salute to his eleven times of democracy revolutions. The poster is not only for memory but also try to arise viewers’ reflection upon the influence brought from historical figures and what it left now.
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