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Sep 7 / Daniel Herrle

Tom Eckersley


I can’t even begin to imagine seeing a notice like this. It’s interesting the way the communication of ‘notice’ information like this has changed. The other day I was on campus and I was looking for a microwave. I came across a poster in the basement of the student center with a picture of a microwave, with a caption that said, “Looking for me?” “More microwaves on campus now.” The poster said nothing about where these microwaves might be located, but regardless, the idea is the same: A simple communication of an idea that would suggest the observer do something, without a direct notification. However, Eckersley’s poster varies greatly in style than the one seen on campus.