DAVINA KIM LECTURE POSTER
This poster design was a collaborative effort between myself and Adam Richter. It was created for the (then) upcoming lecture by University of Missouri—St. Louis design program alumnus Davina Kim.
The process involved some prework and sharing of assets, but was ultimately designed in one day while sitting at a coffee shop passing files back and forth. As is tradition for lecture posters at UMSL, this was screen printed with the help of Professor Jen McKnight. On print day we discussed color and called an audible; printing with green and magenta inks instead of green and black.
The following images are of the actual printed poster.