Monday, February 15, 2010

Bryce Wymer: Poster Process

You see the poster at the top of the blog, now see the poster on a wall in NYC. And in process in Bryce's sketchbook. And read about his process:

I designed this poster for a lecture on the Art of Process that Rama and I will be presenting for the Art Directors Club of Denver on February 18th. I wanted photography to portray each of us as if we were two hours shy of a serious ass kicking. I figured that if we were going to be discussing the creative process that it would only be appropriate to exemplify us as slightly defeated, while simultaneously posed in a stance of empowerment with clearly absent facial features.

I have included some of the process work involved in creating the design:

1. The gathered reference of the design. I looked at a lot of Diane Arbus.
2. Above is the sketchbook page that I did all handwritten type within.

The presentation is February 18th at 7:30 pm at the RMCAD Auditorium. Should be mad fun!

Big Ups To Murphy Paul for the help on the photo shoot.

How cool is that guy to not only agree to come and speak with colleague Rama Allen, but to fully embrace the art and process of getting the word out?! And now, if you had a chance to sponsor some print for this, are you kicking yourself? Next time, eh what?

Quote and images from Bryce Wymer's Website.

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