Set in the South against the backdrop of World War I, a black woman and white man celebrate ten years together: a relationship that expressly violates America’s “miscegenation” laws. As they struggle to live a normal life amidst fear of discovery and of being fined, imprisoned, or lynched, the limits of love, tolerance, and humanity are tested in this unflinching work.
Vivian Naranjo is a Chilean-American graphic designer, illustrator and visual artist based in Los Angeles, CA. She graduated from Calarts in 2019 with an MFA in Graphic Design. Vivian has built an interdisciplinary career and her work extends to the music industry, dance and the film industry.
Her work focuses primarily on texture & material experimentation, speculative design, and graphic languages explorations. Her style is a mixture of rhythms and movement, maximalist images, acid forms, vibrant colors, and a lot of psychedelia.
I focused mainly on the cultural differences between the characters, where I utilized the duotone as contrast, as opposed to their union, which is represented by their bodies interacting and framing the poster, emphasizing the hands to reinforce the concept of commitment.
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