The development of a compelling visual design system seeks to unify a system's differing components yet instill excitement through its innovative representation of meaning. This project focuses on the manipulation and arrangement (composition) of typography and image as it conveys messages through a poster series.
While listening to their music, I created a typographic composition that utilized hierarchy, line, and form in order to reflect Shankar's musical style and personal struggles. Shankar’s music, a classical Indian style comprised of multiple forms and improvisational note combinations, was personified through repetition and use of 10 and 16 and the overlay of numerous parts.
This project was acknowledged by peers and the course professor as being one of the best examples of visual poetics.