Posters have the power to influence and inform—so how does a designer hone their creations to have the impact they need?
With a special focus on conceptualization, internationally-acclaimed and award-winning designers Natalia Delgado (CETYS University, Mexico) and Scott Laserow (Tyler School of Art, USA) take you though planning, analyzing and creating posters that stop viewers in their tracks.
Classic and contemporary examples from around the world show you what can be achieved at the cutting-edge of the medium—from protest and propaganda posters, through pop culture and Swiss style, to animated and interactive designs.
Whether you need to promote the next president, advertise a brand or create awareness of a health crisis, Making Posters gives you the critical and practical skills to excel in one of the most widely seen forms of graphic design and make sure your work stands out from the crowd.
Published by Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2020
Softcover, 240 pages, 400 color images, 10.63 × 8.27 inches