The first Poster Monday spot of the day belongs to Babak Bayrami from Iran for his poster entitled Human in the Future. Babak was born on September 14, 1992 in Tehran, Iran and now lives in the Karaj, Alborz province. He graduated from Yazd Visual Art School in Graphic and continued his studies at the Tehran Enhelab Eslsmi technical faculty. He has B.A from the Karaj Applied Science & Technology University.
The poster Human in the Future was designed to portray the history of human life, its relationship with technology development and the effect of social networks, warning about how the serious bondage of human to cyberspace could cause this technology which had helped human life to change into his prison in the near future. The concept of this poster is not to stop the use of technology, but to alert about its non-logical and addiction-like use by humans. The poster can be a warning for the ones who use social networks too much; making them imagine themselves in this prison and think that this could happen to them in future. Babak believes that “the art is not concern just art and nor the people, it belongs to all creatures around the world”
If you would like to learn more from Babak and his work visit his personal facebook .
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