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Lead Image

Risk vs Reward Poster

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Production Method

Silkscreen

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Design

Büro North

Soren Luckins—Design Director
David Williamson—Senior Designer
Jordan Rowe—Graphic Designer
Wil Campbell—Industrial Designer
Andrew Robertson—Student
Chelsea Vandenberg—Student

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Printing

STS Creative Printing

A creative solution to a fun project. The “glowing” portion of this poster is triggered by a motion sensitive UV light source. I won’t ruin the rest of the story (see below). A simple, clean idea executed thoughtfully. 

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Client

Design Kids Melbourne


Quantity Produced

50


Production Cost

$1,200


Production Time

4 Weeks

Dimensions (Width × Height × Depth)

33.11 × 46.81 in


Page Count


Paper Stock

Arches 88 Paper


Number of Colors

Varnishes


Binding


Typography

Custom

 


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Project Description

Over the last three and a half weeks we have been collaborating as a part of the "Threesome" poster exhibition. An initiative set up to pair a number of Melbourne design studio's each with a student and a recent graduate. The brief was to produce a typographic poster that would be placed in a secret CBD Melbourne location to become part of a typographic treasure hunt.

The content for the poster was to be based around a three word sentence which expresses something that we as designers are passionate about. In response we selected our phrase as "Risk vs. Reward". To express this we placed our poster down a dark alleyway, with only the word "RISK" being constantly visible. In order to reveal the remainder of the poster, the viewer must go down the alley to trigger a motion detecting UV light source that reveals the "vs reward" component through the use of invisible UV ink.

Upon posting it up, our artwork was "souvenired" with in less than 8 hours. So fortunately or unfortunately one lucky Melbournian took the risk and was certainly rewarded.

Production Lesson(s)

The initial plan for producing the print was create two A0 stencils and apply the UV and black ink by hand. We had a few issues with this production method as it was extremely time consuming and our results were incredibly varied due to the consistency of the UV ink which was incredibly thin. Due to this result we decided to go down the path of producing it via a screen print which resulted in a fantastic crisp and clean finish.”

Post Author

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Duncan Robertson

Former intern at UnderConsideration LLC.

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Date Published

November 4, 2013

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Posters
Silkscreen

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