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Poland: A Graphic Revolution

This poster was part of an exhibit in Échirolles, France, celebrating the Polish design tradition, specifically circus posters. Approaching this project as an Arab designer, the subject was completely foreign. The inspiration came from the bold circus "cyrk" typography of the circus posters, as well as Polish designers who designed their own posters of foreign films, adapting them to their own language and vernacular. The cyrk lettering was made by paper, with all the letters connected, in the connectivity of the Arabic script. The poster received a Certificate of Typographic Excellence from the Type Directors Club.

Project Roles
Art Director, Designer
Rhode Island School of Design
Adobe Photoshop, Design, Still Life Photography, Type Design
Poland: A Graphic Revolution