Poster Monday: The Metamorphosis
The featured poster in this first Poster Monday spot is The Metamorphosis, created by Miguel Ángel Rangel for the International Biennial of the Poster in Mexico. Kafka’s Metamorphosis is probably the best example of alienation made symbolic in literature. For Miguel it is “The vision that you have of yourself”.
Miguel was born in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. A graphic design student at the UASLP he is mainly focused on designing posters for social causes. His work has been selected in national and international competitions such as the International Poster Biennial of Mexico, the Poster Biennale in Italy, TodayPosters, Posterheroes well as in various group exhibitions.
For Miguel the poster can be a multitude of things depending on its use is given. From a game to a rebel scream. It can be the voice of a social cause or an individual opinion. The more complicated or more direct message metaphor. But it always has something to say.
If you would like to see more of Miguel’s work visit his Behance page.
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