Old design

in art •  2 months ago  (edited)


I miss those days when the poster design was done without a computer or digital cameras, we used things that were at hand, such as an old black and white photograph and simulated adhesive screens on paper. It was cut with a razor or scissors and then to the photostatic copier to contrast it until there were only lines, when I went to newspaper, the text was printed on a roll and formed with wax or paraffin on a separate grid, and then mounted on a photo mechanics and most of the works went to one or two inks.

The example above, is about the design of a poster for silk-screen printing with a single orange ink on yellow cardboard, leaving space for the merchant to write the price with a black marker.

Photography and design @nocturnus

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