For the first Monday Poster in October we have the “Coriander and Parsley” poster by Angélica Vilet Espinosa from San Luis Postosí, Mexico. She is a Graphic Designer, with a Master’s degree in Typographic Graphic Design from the Habitat Faculty of the UASLP. She professionally works in her design workshop, where she carried out Corporate Image, Editorial Design and Strategy and Marketing Design projects for different Institutions and private companies. Selected from the International Poster Biennial in Mexico on four occasions, my posters have been exhibited in different parts of the world and published in different design books. She currently serves as the Casa Cartel director of the UASLP, where the archive of posters donated to the Autonomous University of San Luis Potosí by the International Poster Biennial in Mexico is organized and cataloged and works in my design studio: aviletipo diseño.
The “Coriander and Parsley” poster belongs to the Collection “The persistence of the Sensible Machine” convened by the International Poster Biennial in Mexico, in March 2020. Cilantro y Perejil It is a comic Mexican film that was released in 1998. The main argument is love problems in a relationship. The film is about a woman who watches her sister’s marriage disintegrate while she herself also experiences problems with her husband and tries to save her relationship. The concept of the poster is the love problems that are experienced every day in a relationship, representing love and sadness as two emotions that are constantly present, and that turn us upside down in a relationship.