Poster Monday: Refugee
Today Poster Monday comes from Brasil, it belongs to Marcos Minini and its title is “Refugee” He studied Graphic Design at the Federal University of Paraná. Over the last 30 years worked at different advertising agencies and design studios, like senior designer, Master Comunicação (design creative director), Brainbox Branding 360 (associate creative director) and Aurora Branding (partner). Marcos is one of the founders of Clube de Criação do Paraná (Creative Club of Paraná) and Prodesign PR (Paraná Design Association) teach Poster Design and also run lectures and workshops on creativity. His posters published in several books around the world, 4 platinum prizes at Graphis Poster and several golds and silver awards at Graphis. His poster had been in several Biennials too, like Golden Bee, Warsaw Poster Biennial, BiCebé Bolivia, Poster Biennale Lublin, Ecuador Poster Bienal, Bienal del Cartel in México, Poster Fest Budapest, Shenzhen International Poster Festival among others.
In the world the refugee problem is growing, wars, violence, revolutions, droughts, economic crises and totalitarian governments cause more and more people to leave their place of origin in the most precarious conditions possible, many of them instead of to find the peace and tranquility they seek, they end up imprisoned in another country. In reality, in one way or another, they are prisoners of violence all their lives.
If you would like to learn more from Marcos Minini and his work visit his website and remember to submit your poster for the next edition of Poster Monday. Find all the info you need in our submissions page, and facebook.