Printmag interview with Steven Heller (a well known design writer)
Steven Heller: I’ll be honest, I like them en masse, but there is a certain monotony too. What is your feeling about that?
Oliver Munday (designer): This was something I struggled with, as well. I wanted [there] to be a certain power to them all appearing together, but [it] definitely gets monotonous. This harkens back to the guidelines I set for the myself in the beginning. I think once a poster is up on the wall, removed from the cluster, it will maintain [its] personality and stand out in the way it should.
Fast Co. Design article
Munday’s aesthetic inspiration for the design came from The Globe Poster Company, a Baltimore institution that created Day-Glo posters for events like boxing matches and blues shows for more than 80 years before closing in 2010.
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