The Poster Monday spot of the day goes to Wei Qiang, a graphic designer from Wuhu City, Anhui Province, China. He now he has his own studio, QiangWei In Studio, focusing on illustrations, posters, branding, and art. Wei studies visual arts and human history as well as religious culture. He is concerned about many fields and they him a lot of inspiration. His work had earned him awards including: 2018 Tianjin International Design Week Best design award, as well as other recognitions like: 2017 Golden Turtle wildlife festival Third prize in the design category, 1st Wenzhou International Design Biennial Bronze Award, 4th Shanghai Biennial of Asia Graphic Design, Escucha Mi Voz, Poster for Tomorrow, Mut zur wut, Cow Festival, Segunda llamada winner, CHEAP STREET/4th block, Posterrorism, Hiiibrand and so on.
This poster we are featuring here is entitled “The Green Killer”. Climate warming and environmental pollution are a world-class topic. The earth we live in is a fragile ecosystem. Any pollution and destruction are fatal injuries. Automobile exhaust pollution is not only harmful to the human body but also causes the disappearance of green environmental protection. This poster was created to remind people to protect and care for the environment.
“I think my works of art are concise and far-reaching, and people can get inspired by the environment. My life is the largest developing country in the world, where there are many automobiles and factories. The rapid economic development also brings with it many environmental and health problems” says Wei.
If you would like to find out more about Wei Qiang work visit his personal behance account.
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