Poster Monday: Super
For this second Poster Monday spot of february we have a poster from Anna Kuzminskaya, she was born in the USSR (RF SSR) in 1984, is graduated from Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts (KSADA) in 2007 Ukraine, from 2011 to 2020 worked in Moscow as graphic designer (focus branding) in different companies (Beta, Black Light and Moscow Manege) and now is a freelancer and live this winter in warm Batumi, Georgia.
About Super poster Anna tel us: “I love to do posters for cool project blankposter.com. It’s like exercising your brain. I try to find metaphors first or any emotional state with meaning. The word of this week is Super. I try to visualize the psychological trap that the Super category creates. Super cute, super sale, super news, super good… You look super… I was thinking about The Scream (Munch) like mood that I feel with the word Super. I decided to find screaming people on unsplash.com. In a short time I have found an interesting photo from Umit Yildirim (@umityildirim). It looks realistic, trash and sick in a good case. So alive. Like real life. I doubted whether everything worked together or not and decided to take a chance and published the poster. I was inspired and taught to make posters by Professor Vladimir Ivanovich Lesnyak”.
If you would like to know more about Anna Kuzminskaya visit her personal behance, and as you already may know submit your posters to be featured in our coming editions of Poster Monday.