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Duality

About this Poster

I see the cyclist as often living in two worlds, depending on where their wheels may take them. When visualizing the many aspects of the cyclist coming together, I was instantly reminded of Leonardo da Vinci's Vitruvian Man, which gave me the perfect structure to map them all out.

Size
18.0″ x 24.0
Paper
French Paper, Pop-Tone, Wild Cherry
Color
2-color screen print

Meet JC Lovely

Location
Minneapolis, Minnesota USA
About

Growing up with a fine arts background in NYC, and pursuing a predominantly digital career, I've always been drawn to posters and screen printing as my perfect intersection of art and design. I like to focus on the ideas behind my posters, and let the concept drive the style and spirit of the work. I love experimenting with new styles and techniques, challenging myself to step out of my comfort zone, and getting my hands dirty.

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Back Story

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One
Words First

Once I got the inspirational image of the Vitruvian Man in my head, this poster actually started as a long list of words scribbled on paper. What I initially wanted to capture was all of the fun visuals to uniquely represent the two sides of the rider. I wrote down as many ideas as I could, from clothes to coffee, and signals to sights.

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Two
Habitual Observation

 Biking gives me that same sensory connection to my surroundings, just a lot faster. I bike in a pretty casual and relaxing manner, so it often becomes a great time for me create and develop new ideas for my work. I enjoy observing the habits, quirks and necessary survival skills of both the city-bound car dodger, and the rule-abiding racer.

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Three
Discovering Something New

After finalizing all of the visual nuggets I wanted in the poster, I got really into giving the work a schematic-like feel. I always get a kick out of designing highly detailed illustrations, hoping that people viewing the poster might discover something new every time they look at it.