Poster Monday: F@KE NEWS
For the last Poster Monday spot of february we have a poster “F@KE NEWS “ designed by Ivan Kashlakov he is a visual artist and a Web & Graphic designer based in Sofia, Bulgaria. He graduated BA and MA at the National Academy of Art in“Poster and visual communication”. At the moment works in the field of UI, web and digital. Ivan is an Executive Director member at United Designs Alliance, Honorary member of China Europe International Design Culture Association member in New Vision International Group and Graphis Professional Membership. Took part in 130 group international exhibitions around the world with posters, paintings and drawings around the world. Received 25 awards and distinctions among which: Prize for Young Author – A bronze plaque by Georgi Chapkanov in memory of the eminent Bulgarian artist Assen Stareyshinski at the Ninth International Triennial of Stage Poster– Sofia 2019;Two Silver Awards and an Honorable distinction in Graphis Poster Annual 2021;Silver Award in Ecuador Poster Biennial 2020; Communication Art’s Award of Excellence in the 11th 2021 Typography Competition and others.
The topic of fake news has always been relevant as a problem. In this period of the pandemic and episodic lockdowns throughout 2020, it’s easy to lose sight of the reality outside if you only read the sources that are fishy and suspicious. The poster is a warning to think twice when we receive information and to question social media. The poster“F@KE NEWS”asks questions related to the filtering of information and the manipulation of modern society. Every day we are bombarded with news of a dubious origin. The truth has become extinct. The media serves only political interests. We have to raise more awareness and inform more people for a better future. “Poster design has become an essential part of how I visualize my most inner thoughts on different topics. Once you step into the field of creativity and freedom in the poster there is no going back. For me the purpose of a poster is to create cultural exchange beyond the barriers in the world and reflect on the current situation”.
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