Poster Monday: Read Changes the Way you Look
The second Poster Monday spot of the day belongs to Santiago Solís Montes de Oca from México for his poster entitled “Read changes the way you see”. Santiago was born in Mexico City and raised in Durango. He studied graphic design at the UAD and has a specialty in editorial design by EDINBA. He has been working since 2005 making books, posters and illustration for children and youth in his study Mano de Papel. Santisgos´s work has been published in Finland, Cuba, Korea, Belgium, Spain, Ukraine, Colombia, Argentina, Chile, Russia, Germany, Italy, United Arab Emirates, Poland and Mexico.
The poster was designed as part of a collection that sought to promote reading. The piece reflects the vertigo that produces an immersive and engrossing narrative; that abyss where we are always welcome to drop into, with one condition: to share what the author speaks to us, and how it changes the way we see and interpret reality.
Santiago says “A good poster is a voice that adds to the everyday sounds of everyday life, if the poster achive the time for dialogue with the pedestrian, will live now as a question in your mind. Poster design is a way of thinking aloud”.
If you would like to know more about Santiago Solís visit Mano de Papel.