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Courses Visual Communications p. 7

 
 

Travel Poster
In a poster format, design a travel poster without words. Incorporate as much information as possible. Should communicate where, attractions, etc.

On this and succeeding problems, it works best to have the students put up their solutions, critique them, have a student critique and discussion, and then do them over for the following week. On some of these more complex problems, it may be necessary to put them up for critique more than twice - it is up to the teacher’s discretion. It works best to do two or more of the following problems in succession.

 

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Student examples:

1 Alaska

2 India

3 Switzerland

4 Sydney, Australia

5 Egypt

6 Quebec, Canada

7 Italy

8 Las Vegas

9 Japan

 

 


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Historic Event
Choose some historic event, and in a poster format, communicate as much as possible about that event - where, what, significance, etc. The date can be incorporated as a design element.

Student examples:

 

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1929 Stock market crash

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Sinking of Titanic

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Fall of Troy

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First man on the moon

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Wright Brothers first flight

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Ford assembly line

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Hindenburg disaster

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Invention of artificial heart

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Fall of the Third Reich


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