For today´s Poster Monday spot we have a poster designed by Chun-Ta, born in 1990, is a skilled and creative graphic designer based in Taipei. He is adept at converting abstract concepts into symbols such as geometric elements, applying in visual demonstration and communication design, composing both artistic and commercially applicable pieces to bring out the uniqueness of identity.
Chun-Ta specializes in branding, visual identity, editorial design, binding, packaging, printing and post-press finishing. With a diverse and broad experience in design service, he has been working with a wild range of clients, also willing to explore the possibility of collaborating with people from multidisciplinary specialties.
Winning numerous iconic international design awards ranging from Europe, America and Asia, his works have been honored including ADC Art Directors Club of New York, GDC Award Graphic Design in China, Golden Bee Global Biennale of Graphic Design, Taiwan Top Star Awards, and shortlisted for CA Communication Arts Typography, CGDA Visual Communication Design Award, Lahti International Poster Triennial, Hong Kong International Poster Triennial, China International Poster Biennial, Biennial of Poster Bolivia BICeBé etc . Apart from his design proficiency, Chun-Ta is also an experienced instructor, contributing practical knowledge as collaborative teacher in colleges, participating in several sharing and workshops.
With the rapid evolvement of the internet, people’s cognition and understanding of various viewpoints have become more polarized. Due to the revolution of information transmission, influencers dominate all sorts of ideologies. Filter bubbles constrain people’s perspectives and make people more unitary and assertive. Groups hold divergent attitude cannot accommodate dissenting voices, which may easily lead to binary opposition. Except for the hostile between the polarization of society, the middle group will suffer more persecution. It will cause hurt and frustration. “The concept made me relate to the chessboard, which has a clear distinction between black and white. I consolidated this imagery with the concept and transformed it into directional trapezoids. Black and white areas are representing the concept of binary opposition. The triangular areas stand for the middle group. I fragmented a part of trapezoids to create a rhythmically visual effect” tell us Chun-Ta.