Graphic designer Victor Hertz came back with another interesting project of Pictogram Music Posters 2017. He picked 15 songs from different artists and created a series of minimalist vector illustrations.
PhD. student, Ajit Johnson, created a series of minimal posters with the hashtag #This_Generation to emphasize the need to acknowledge the invasion of tech addiction without even being aware of it. Ajit says, “Use of technology is of course fun and extremely useful but blinding oneself of the dark side (cyber bullying, privacy etc…) can be equally dangerous. Also, spending much time plugged in affects our relationships in a huge way, studies say.”
A giant poster of a girl, specially designed to be captured by satellites, was set up in a village in the northwest of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region, which is close to the border with Afghanistan to draw the attention to the pilot-less aircraft attacks killing innocent people including children.
Amnesty International suggest 900 people have been killed by strikes in Pakistan since 2004, including 330 children. A representative for the group behind the project said: ‘Although there is awareness for drone attacks, it’s rarely humanized.’
Graphic designer and art director from Brazil, Pedro Vidotto, illustrates his favorite movie posters in minimalist style. The minimalist movie posters style is not new as we have already seen Pictogram Movie Posters by Victor Hertz but every artist has different style and source of inspirations.