As a bit of old-fashioned graphic protest, we designed a set of two posters to comment on issues of the previous presidential administration. Combining shockingly appropriate vintage comic book imagery with current news photos proved to be a strong way to raise questions about our role in world affairs.
Designed to be eye-catching and darkly ironic, both posters were an exercise in bold typography and a loose narrative thread that forced viewers to draw their own thoughtful conclusions—about current political affairs and our authorial intent.
Each of these posters featured custom icons like the World Trade Center/peace sign marks, and strong color overlays to unify the photo treatments.
The end of Hexanine, that is. After six fantastic years the Hexanine co-founders have closed up shop and moved on to other endeavors, including independent design and creative consulting. If you have a project or creative needs, you can reach either of us below.
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