Science Fiction in Typography Poster Collection
1: The Matrix (1999), 2: Alien (1979), 3: Blade Runnder (1982), 4: 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), 5: Terminator 2 (1991), 6: Inception (2010), 7: Close Encounters Of The Third Kind (1977), 8: Under The Skin (2014), 9: Moon (2009), 10: Minority Report (2002)
- Client: Bunbury Creative
- Skills: Personal Work, Poster Design
‘Science Fiction in Typography’ is a self-initiated project, consisting of a series of minimalist posters exploring visual shorthand and signifiers – in this case the subject being a selection of favourite science fiction films. The images explore meaning and context, represented by the simplest typographical elements necessary to convey a complex idea. This is predicated upon the viewer’s awareness of the context, either by personal experience (having seen the film represented), or a general cultural awareness of the film’s iconography.
The parameters for the series, is subjects can only be represented with typographic forms, using a standardised font as to only convey meaning by concept and not aesthetic style. Meaning or context is achieved or reinforced by metaphor or representation.