For this week’s first Poster Monday spot we are featuring a poster designed by Mary Yudina entitled “Desire”. Mary was born in 1994 in the Russian Federation, Moscow. She is currently studying at the Moscow State University of Printing Arts.
Her posters has been selected for contest and exhibitions such as: Golden Bee 11 (2014), Typomania, Post it awards (2013), Weltformat (2014) and Zdanevich 120. This poster we are featuring here today, “Desire”, was designed and selected as finalist for the student competition Weltformat 2014.
While working on the poster Mary found that it was going to be a good call to create a mutual relationship between the two main elements that compose the poster, the photo and the font, to reach the saucy desired effect. For taking the desire’s subject a little bit further she focused the theme on an important social discrimination problem, the desire of two girls, with additional thoughts about the consequences of our desires, which are expressed in the small texts.
“A Poster is a way to convey a thought quickly and brightly to a person, to express my opinion, my graphic way of seeing the world. It seems to me completely amazing that a piece of paper designed in a special way can arouse feelings. That’s why I want to use different approaches, to experiment” says Mary.