Pastiche poster rooted in the basis of post-modernism, specifically inspired by Barbara Krueger, David Carson, and the 1990s Grunge movement. The task was to choose a design movement and use the pastiche technique to address a contemporary social or political issue.
In this case, the #MeToo movement and the revelation of Harvey Weinstein’s crimes were crucial influences on the project.
The poster was created with an analog method of printing, ripping, and taping so the process stayed true to the post-modern approach of design-making. The poster was then scanned so it could be printed at larger scales.