Tugba Bozkurt
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simple design and yet caught my eye because of how the text was positioned and invited me to look deeper at the poster than just 2 seconds. But yet was able to communicate the information clearly and effectively.

"I feel like this text should be around the other way (the I Am Here faded out and the Where Are You bold) for it to have more meaning. justmyopinion" wrote someone. Can you see Both Phrases.

Even though the typography is quite interesting, this cover really catches the eye with the minimal colors that really stand out against each other. It seems like something simple is the best way to go.

Tessa's Comment: I like the neon light feel to this. I don't know if I would have chosen to have the one O contain the other O, though. Makes it look like an olive and not a moon. But I like the neon light feel.

Idea for PUNCH logo? @Cassie Bernardi  Play on words.  P knocks down the rest of the letters?

Words in Action at Typeplay Project.

the red background can be taken to signify either  love or aggression, and i think the bold contrast really helps all of the elements to play off of each other well.

The poster comments on the subject (racism) in a non-direct way, trying to invoke the reader visually into the inevitable conclusion. It has multiple reads, that provoke critical thinking and raise awareness on the subject and its results globally.