Poster Monday: “Thinking Green”
The first Poster Monday spot of April goes to Luis Antonio Rivera from Puebla, México for his poster “Thinking Green”. This poster was made for World Environment Day, the concept is to create awareness that we are ending with our environment where we live, a metaphor was created by integrating the elements that support the image and a repetition of forms is made and by increasing its size creates a hyperbole to highlight the shapes.
Luis is a graphic designer born in the city of Puebla, Mexico, graduated by the Benemérita Autonomous University of Puebla, master in marketing. In addition to the teaching work, there have been diverse participation in national exhibitions, among which we can mention: poster con100te 2011, I Love Design 2012 and 2014 Rock in Paper 2013, 1 UP Mexico 2013 and 2015, 40 ideas in Jalapa Veracruz in the Faculty of Arts. Among the mentions awarded is the fact that he has been part of the MUTZURWUT 2013 in Germany, AGIDE 2014 Asian Graphic Design Invitation Exhibition, Jazz in the Ruins Poland 2014, First Japa group social poster 2014, third place in the cow poster Ukraine 2015, Selected in Triennial of Stage Poster Sofia 2016, also selected in Jazz in the ruins Poland 2016, and active member of AMDI Mexican Association of Illustrators, Excellent Award in 2019 Beijing International Design Week Ink & Pattern. “The poster is a communication tool that testifies to place and time, always looking for synthesis in a few words is ephemeral poetry” says Luis.
If your poster wasn’t featured this week don’t be disappointed. All submissions are considered each week so your poster might make it to our website in the future. If you would like to learn more from Luis Rivera and his work visit his behance and Instagram account. Remember to submit your poster for the next edition of Poster Monday. Find all the info you need in our submissions page, and facebook.