André Mooij is a graphic designer from Monterrey, Mexico. One of his more recent projects, the second image featured here, is a socially motivated poster which was described on his Fiftytwo Network account.
Mexico and a little more specific, Monterrey (The city where we’re based in) has just been through one of it’s worst political and security crisis in it’s history. We decided to make a series of 4 posters where we would ask a single question, and invite the spectator to write his or her answer on it. We thought it would be fun to ask things like “The good part of Monterrey, write it down here.” and “The bad part of Monterrey, write it down here.” with a few other questions like “What are you thinking about?” or “If you could add anything to this area, what would it be?”
All of this would be covered by the two main local newspapers and such to get the word out quickly. The idea is to print over 1,000 of each.
Anyway, this is the preview of where the design is going. We’re simple blokes, so we decided to make it simple.
Mark Stuckert, aka This is Solitaire, is a graphic designer living in Vancouver. He has lead many collaborative design projects such as PS3Art and Want That Font. He also runs a design blog called Perfectionalism and is a frequent contributor to Nanamee.
You can view more of his work at http://www.thisissolitaire.com/.
Also, be sure to check out his free WordPress theme, Neued.
Jonathon Toon, aka helloauan, is a media designer from New Zealand. He has designed and developed everything from iPad apps to the identity for School of Design. Jonathon is also a recent graduate of Victoria University of Wellington’s School of Design.
You can see more of his work at http://www.helloauan.com/.