Poster design inspired by a collection of photographs lost in my mobile. These photographs were captured in my childhood garden, where I don’t get to go anymore. From the nostalgic feeling of suddenly remember this place, I decided to create a poster.
SCOPE: Poster Design, Editorial, Photography, Concept
DATE: 01. 2021
When remembering this garden, the floral elements stand out. There were always lots of flowers, especially during spring, with the most beautiful shapes and colors. What I miss most is standing on the balcony, observing the entire garden. All its forms and compositions, the green bushes and trees and being emerged in that scenery.
Although it stills a vivid memory now, it will be blurred and fussy within time. Following that concept, it was created an undefined image merging all the phone photographs, where only the flowers are fully distinguished, resembling a memory or impression.
Graphically, the black and white aesthetic intends to depict the past while the green color is the only one that remains vividly in remembrance.
It turns out that nature isn’t like us, doesn’t remember or misses us, the garden will still be there and won’t miss me as I miss it. The quotation from Louise Glück highlights this truth — “Nature, it turns out, isn’t like us; it doesn’t have a warehouse of memory.”