A poster can be many things: a tool used by advertisers, a means of propaganda, or a call to arms. But in order for it to convince or provoke, it must above all communicate.
This book introduces the principal conceptual and graphic elements that allow all readers to create a large poster using easy texts, illustrations, and activities. In the pages of this book the reader will draw inspiration from the many examples of posters made by famous graphic artists or designers, as well as the space in which to try out one's own creativity and design fantastic posters.
TERESA SDRALEVICH (Milan, 1969) is a freelance illustrator and designer. After earning a degree in Political Science from the University of Bologna, she attended an illustration and graphic design course at ENSAV La Cambre and ERG, both of which are located in Brussels. Her work mainly focuses on social, political, and cultural issues, and can also be part of a campaign. She regularly runs workshops on the creation of posters, covers, illustrated albums, or illustration in general, and often designs images and slogans together for greater impact.