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The poster is devoted to the famous Russian writer Maxim Gorky’s 150 anniversary.
To celebrate the famous Russian writer Maxim Gorky’s 150th anniversary, I choose to make a poster about his most iconic novel Mother. It's a staple of Soviet literature and is often considered the first work of socialist realism. The novel is about factory life, the revolution in the 19th century, and a mother’s self-sacrifice.
The mother’s red eye and the red flag are the symbols of the strong woman, her self-sacrifice, and her beliefs in the revolution. The smoke from the factory implied her self-awakening journey as the revolution grows bigger and bigger in the novel.
The poster was selected as a finalist for Strelka Design Biennale 2018. The result was a memorable, modern poster that was appreciated by other professional designers.
It’s a personal project in order to submit to the Blank Poster website.
The concept is: Everyday, I start my day with a folder named “Today” and it’s actually my daily habit. Every night before I go to sleep, I create a new folder named “Today” and organize tomorrow’s tasks in that folder on my computer. It helps me to focus on my daily goals and stay productive. Every time I open the “Today” folder, I feel ready for today’s challenge. I enjoy checking my daily progress when the sun goes down. I end my day knowing that I’ve done my best. I'm fascinated by how much I get done. So I chose a sunset landscape photo to capture that wonderful moment for the poster.
Won the 2017 11th Macau Design Biennial- Poster Categorie- Merit award;GDC 17- Graphic Design in China 2017- Poster A-5 Categories- Merit award;The poster has also been selected by Blank Poster to exhibit in the yearly Weltformat poster festival held in Switzerland in Autumn 2016.
Design poster that aims to raise awareness of traffic safety issues.
Concept: Drunk driving is the fastest way to hell.
Explanation: By replacing the arrow sign with a wine bottle and a corkscrew to metaphor drinking alcohol while driving.
The poster has received positive feedback.