Poster Monday: Rutas de la Plata
Now we come back to action with a new edition of Poster Monday. This time we have a poster designed by Luis Antonio Rivera Rodriguez from Puebla, Mexico. He is a graphic designer who has been recognized for his participation in multiple poster collections and contests for more than ten years around the world. He is also a Graphic Design Coordinator where he develops academic work plans and programs in the Graphic Design Degree, promotes the Teaching Process Student learning through the application of various techniques and learning strategies implemented during classroom, extra and curricular activities.
The poster “Rutas de la Plata” (Silver’s Routes) it’s about the theme of this poster is that on October 12 of each year, Hispanic Day is commemorated in very few places in the Americas, the day Christopher Columbus first landed on this continent in 1492. Once the conquest was consolidated and the mines were established in Potosí Bolivia and New Spain, the Spanish established the legendary and famous Rutas de la Plata that surrounded all corners of the Americas and the Iberian Peninsula, creating the most dramatic and disastrous physical and cultural genocide. in the history of humanity, which was the support of the Centuries of Enlightenment of the Spanish Empire.
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