This is from another poster we're printing for the Helvetica screening. It's by Fairchild Semiconductor. I don't know Mr Semiconductor, or at least I don't think I do, and don't know his work intimately but I really like this poster. I think it's really interesting.
I like it because it's for the screening that we're very excited about and I actually like the look of it. And I like the idea. The message is coded. It's literally coded and it's conceptionally coded in that you have to work out what the hell it's all about and I like that. But it is all there if you look hard enough. It's cunning too but I won't say why, I'll let you work that out (you'll have to download the pdf to see it properly). It's its cunningness that I really like.
I should actually say a big public THANK YOU to Northside, our digital printer, for sponsoring the event by taking care of the posters for us. Specifically to Maria for looking after it.
If anyone's interesting in coming to see the film, you can register and buy tickets here.