Political Poster “Promote Prohibition”


Photoshop, 2015

Using methods of art derived from constructivism, I’ve designed a poster urging alcoholic abstinence, or teetotalism. Bold, impactful text fills the header and footer of the composition. Black and red dominate the work’s color scheme, and contributes more to the constructivist theme. All lines are geometric and industrially crafted, minus the black, organic beer that pours out from its bottle. The liquid presents itself as dark and formidable as to strike viewers’ perceptions of alcohol as toxic.

Altogether, the composition is quite minimal and flat – two attributes of design that are primarily characteristic with the art of constructivism.

About Markis Lazarre

Currently attending Alfred State College for Graphic Design.
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