Poster Monday: Natalia Volpe Manifesti
This Poster Monday spot of the day belongs to Natalia Volpe from Buenos Aires, Argentina for her poster entitled “Natalia Volpe Manifesti”. Natalia Volpe, is a graphic designer graduated from the Faculty of Design and Urbanism of Buenos Aires and obtained a Master’s degree in Literature from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. She is currently a university professor and work in her study, where develops graphic, editorial and artistic projects, dividing her time between Buenos Aires and Lyon, where she currently resides. Natalia has been a member of international juries in different poster calls: Uruguay Cartel, Golden Turtle Eco-Poster, Ecuador Poster Biennial, Listen to my voice, Poster Biennial in Bolivia, among others, also is a founding member of the Onaire Collective, where she develops a working method called “Graphic stew”, which serves as a tool for her collaborative artistic work. Committed to the design of social posters, she allocates part of her production to works that challenge society, which have been recognized and exhibited in different parts of the world.
The poster was created for the exhibition ” Natalia Volpe Manifesti ” where more than 70 posters by Natalia Volpe are presented. The posters are about social and cultural issues, divided into three ways of approaching design: individually, based on her work in her own studio; collectively, with Onaire Colectivo Gráfico; and in a community way through the workshop Graphic Stew. A look with three colors that invite you to see and inhabit the world.
If you would like to learn more about Natalia Volpe visit her studio site. If you want to see your design published on Poster Monday visit our submission page.