The project was to create a poster for a hypothetical design lecture by Richard Niessen. The goal was to draw interest in his process and work.
In an interview, Niessen expressed his love for experimentation while working on posters. He challenges the function of graphic design by bending, folding and cutting posters to create interesting visuals. I was inspired by his process and began to create an identity for his lecture by highlighting this process through the use of dotted lines to indicate folding or cutting. The poster design features the lecture “The Art Of Making” where the dotted lines are deconstructed to showcase his process.
The deconstructed dotted lines and colour scheme highlights Niessen's design process which created intrigue and excitement for the viewers.