A whale and a bubble in a space that really emphasize the motive. There is a deep message behind what seems simple on the first sight, on the Whale Reprise poster from paper Collective.
Greg Eason has the rare quality of letting simple drawn images seem highly complex and of offering them impressively roomy depth. The British artist explains about his poster Whale Reprise: ”I re-adopted the whale pattern from a picture I already drew in 2011. That’s the reason for the name Reprise.” The designer laid his whale on a grey background and added a bubble, which looks like a human head and which softly breaks the grey colour of the image with its delicately shimmering light effect. There is the name of the manufacturer and the designer written under the Offset-printed graphic with decent letters.
Paper Collective Poster Whale Reprise: Subtle Message
Eason wanted to make people think of the extinction of the whales with the subtle and ominous composition and he wanted to question humans in the ecosystem. All of it in an artistic context, without raised index finger. It is only suitable that a part of the avails goes to the WWF.
The Whale Reprise poster is made of heavy 200 g/qm Munken Lynx paper. This kind of paper has archive quality and it is naturally FSC-certified. Paper Collective produces the art print with the Nordic seal of environmentally friendliness, similar to the Blue Angel of Germany.
The Paper Collective “Whale Reprise” poster is limited to 300 pieces all over the world. Moreover one part of the gain of it is donated to a charitable organization, chosen by the designer – in the case of the Whale Reprise poster from Note Design Studio, the donation goes to the World Wildlife Foundation.