Mirrored Words is an ongoing, ever adapting graphic project based on a personal record of today’s society, its issues and current state of affairs.
It originated in fall 2019 with the creation of a placard for the Global Climate Strike in London and has grown into a series of designs which are reflective of the dramatically eventful past months.
It's 2020 and still time...
It's 2020 and still time to revive the earth
This set of artworks was created digitally during the 2020's lockdown and feature a custom take on the Tungsten typeface and its “gaspipe” lettering.
The mirrored words fill up the posters vertical space. The modularity and varying weights help the words overlay intricately with weights varying from Heavy to Light on words set in black and from Light to Heavy on words set in colour, alerting about the weakening of one and progressive strengthening of the other.
It's 2020 and still time to heal the world
It's 2020 and still time to spare the planet
Another serie of four posters reflects on the COVID-19 pandemic and is inspired by the early rallying cry "Stay home. Save lives."
A2 poster set
A2 poster set
Another design evokes the events of the Black Lives Matter demonstration in Bristol, on 7th June 2020, during which the statue of Edwards Colston, a British merchant involved in the Atlantic Slave Trade, was toppled as a clear stance against racism and inequality, denouncing how keeping such "symbols" up is preventing positive change and progress to happen in regards to current racial and social issues.