How Posters Work is a project which required students to build a short animation to introduce a topic from the poster exhibition at Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York. I used dense patterns and wandering lines to create sensory overload and to lead the eye on a restless journey.
My task in this exhibition was depict the part entitled "Overwhelm the eye" I decided to create an animation for each letter in the expression " Overwhelm the eye" For example, the "O" in "Overwhelm" has an animation devoted to it, then the letter " V" has the same, and so on, The imagery is purposely saturated, bold,and pulsating. The pace is designed to inundate the viewer's visual sensory apparatus
This work published in CooperHewitt's instagram