The poster describes an imaginary three-day film festival and satisfies the esthetic and informative part. It showcases the map of the event, its content as well as the time frames of the screenings. Geometry and negative space inspired by brutalism dominate the poster, while the primary function is to inform the viewer. Dividing the poster into three sections allows for the information to be organised from top to bottom while being scaled by importance.
Nikola Mišel Puklin is a Croatian graphic designer, photographer, illustrator, and digital art artist. His work doesn’t necessarily show reality but new ways of looking at it whose goal is to make the viewer think about it, question it, and induce their emotions. He had a dozen group exhibitions as well as four solo exhibitions. His work was also published several times in the Estonian magazine Semiouculus (Estonia) as well as in Volumes of Darkness, an artist book published by Bruxelles Art Vue (Belgium). In 2020 he won the Rector’s Award for the best student project and in 2021 he was one of the finalists in Zagreb Design Week. In 2022 his work will be shown at the 7th Graphic Art Biennial of Szeklerland (Romania) as well as in Serbia as a part of the international student biennial Zero tolerance for violence against women. He has been active in graphic design, illustration, drawing, and painting since 2011 and has been experimenting with photography and digital arts in the last few years. Since 2022 he has been a member of the Croatian Design Association.