Printed on regular office paper in preparation for the Dribbble meeting tonight. I did the drawing on the A train, probably on my way to Milton’s studio, but I stole the design from somebody else. Hint: The person worked as a graphic designer here in New York City, and was a great photographer.
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The initial brief: Make a poster to advertise a robotics, law and ethics conference with lots of text. And don’t use any images.
So I used a text editor running in a terminal whose output was piped through the wonderful Cathode app.
A large terminal image stuck to a wall would be unusual and stop the viewer — the primary purpose of a poster — I feel. The secondary purpose is to provide information and tell what we want the viewer to do.