“I have the feeling that especially nowadays in the digtal era analogue media have a unique power. You are more surprised by an aesthetic poster in the streets when you divert your attention from the smartphone. Printed posters still have emotional/physical value. As the noted Swiss designer Müller-Brockmann said: ‘No matter what your deportment, posters will continue to endure, evolve, and be a voice for millennia; they are barometers of social, economic, political and cultural events and inter-relations, as well as mirrors of intellectual and practical activities’.”
Linus Lohoff is a multi-disciplinary art director and photographer from Germany with Brazilian roots who recently settled in Spain. Currently he is working with national and international clients across an open range of fields while working for Vasava, a design agency based in Barcelona.