Language in Graphics

Interesting article on the Guardian about  the return of the Occupy Movements to expressionist graphics and socialist/soviet themes. It brings up interesting questions and it gives me the opportunity to talk about  my degree project which uses a similar language.

Here is an image of my degree project. It is a mock campaign for social awareness that uses a bold graphic language and an emphatic manifesto. It deals with important topics of Italian politics of the time, whilst  underlining the militant nature of left Italian politics

I find it fascinating how graphics, like most things relating to human begins are just another code, a language that can be traced back in History.

Comments are always welcome.

 

More info:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/nov/20/occupy-movement-posters-inspiration-comics?INTCMP=ILCNETTXT6921

 

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