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A small collection of poster artwork, that I created in recent years.
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§IGMA is a small collection of poster art created in a recent year, every work has a different story, some pieces have been revisited and updated.
"Go Blue" was one of my university projects about sustainability and using the most abundant source in nature that's present 24/7: gravity. Without further details I can only say that I was greatly inspired by Gunter Pauli's work and technologies that he and his team developed. This is a combination of a C4D composition that was later on rendered out and enhanced in Photoshop.
"Frame the Bat" has been inspired by "Zero Year" comic book series.
I really loved the qoute form Alfred, telling Bruce Wayne his experience in the early days of his carrear as an actor, so using every one of those words this artwork was created.
"Keep Calm and Carry On" was a poster produced by the British government in 1939 during the WW2, in a year 2000 it was rediscovered and reissued by a number of private companies.
Exploring the origins and slowly learning the details about te WW2, I was amazed of how powerful the propaganda "machine" used by all major countries was in those times.
Edward Bernays said: "Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country."
I am strongly against any form of totalitarianism and like the famous qoute says; those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it.
"The Martian" is an artwor that I created after reading the magnificent book from author Andy Weir.
The main carracter in the story is Mark Twain whose trying to survive on Mars after being left by his crew, he has to deal constantly with the most crazy challenges to survive and he never ever loses his sens of humor.
This one came mostly just because I had such a great time reading the story.
Zack de la Rocha, front man of Rage Against the machine turned 45 couple of weeks ago, so I found a perfect opportunity to express my love for the band that influenced my childhood and taste in rock music.
For the background I used Malcolm Brownes Pulitzer Prize photography of Thích Quảng Đức a Vietnamese Mahayana Buddhist monk who burned himself to death at a busy Saigon road intersection on 11 June 1963, protesting the persecution of Buddhists by the South Vietnamese government.
The same photo was used as cover for RATM album "Rage against the machine", but in my version was altered in a more "cartoonist" version with illustrator.
The main sentence is taken from one of their famous song "Killing in the name of".
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