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In Motion

About this Poster

I am inspired by the movement of cycling and the form of bicycle. Using the idea of optical illusions, I simplified the bicycle form into an abstract representation and used line, repetition and color to create the illusion of motion.

Size
24.0″ x 18.0
Paper
French Paper, Pop-Tone, Sweet Tooth
Color
3-color screen print

Meet Anne Ulku

Location
Minneapolis, Minnesota USA
About

I'm a freelance graphic designer, illustrator and art director. With a variety of different work, I always have a natural collaborative quality— both with self-initiated projects and partnerships with agencies, brands and design firms. Whether the work is a large scale mural, logo, illustration in an advertising campaign or framed art in a gallery— my aesthetic evokes energy and emotion through abstract geometric forms, intricate detail, line work and color.

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Back Story

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One
Use Your Illusion

I started by creating a few different concepts — quick thumbnail sketches and a bunch of words. My optical illusion concept won because I had no idea how I was going to do it, and that was scary and exciting to me. I studied how optical illusions were created and started to sketch multiple variations, eventually bringing them into the computer. Then, I started to create a foundation grid for the poster, and eventually, the repeating and overlapping lines began to take shape. 

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Two
Bikes Are Freedom

Riding your bike is like creating art, in that you have the freedom to go wherever. 

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Three
Don't Believe Your Eyes

I really enjoy the idea process — starting from nothing, forming an idea and then visually conveying that idea. I love the challenge of creating something you've never done before. The optical illusions were intimidating to me but I am so happy to jump into something and experiment. The coolest thing might be the colors and how they overlap to create the illusion of other colors.