Posts Tagged ‘Poster’

Havana featured at The Egotist St. Louis

November 22, 2011

I’m happy to see Havana has captured the attention of  The Egotist. A nice and respected source of inspiration for the local creative industry. Thanks guys.


Lafayette Square Summer Poster

July 10, 2011

Summer Poster

People make places. Welcoming characters depicting the warm hearted essence of this neighborhood are the central theme of the Lafayette Square Poster Series. The wit, quirkiness, and slightly strange nature of its inhabitants are captured in this 18 x 24 poster inviting you to come and play.

Summer in here has a whimsical melody. Free concerts and movies orchestrated by the Arts Council of Lafayette Square make of the Park the perfect destination in Saint Louis. This poster celebrates the golden days of summer in Lafayette Square. Come over next Saturday and do not forget your dancing shoes.

South By Midwest 2011

February 23, 2011

In the last few years the world of affect has been recognized as one of the most intriguing and productive fields of inquiry across disciplinary borders and cognitive domains. Affect is considered a key concept for the understanding of new forms of hegemony within the framework of late capitalism as well as a threat to national and global social orders. The III South by Midwest International Conference on Latin American Cultural Studies has been planned as an interdisciplinary exploration of the role that emotions, feelings, and passions play in the formation of collective identities and in the development of social conflict. The conference will focus on the affective articulation of ethic, aesthetic, and political issues and on the symbolic strategies utilized to express and represent affect in Latin American contemporary culture.

2009 Holiday Parlor Tour Lafayette

December 6, 2009

I was invited to create the poster for the Winter House Tour in Lafayette Square, my new neighborhood. Poster design is one of the things that I really enjoy doing. Read the rest of this entry »

Rethinking Intellectuals in Latin America

August 10, 2009

© Carlos Zamora, Rethinking Intelectuals in Latin America, 2007

Poster for the 2008 edition of the International Conference “South by Midwest” organized by the Latin American Studies Program of Washington University in Saint Louis. Client: Mabel Moraña & Bret Gustafson

Latin America’s political and cultural upheavals in recent years are in large measure attributable to a flourishing renaissance of knowledge production and innovation – intellectual, cultural, literary, grassroots, and artistic projects that have exploded from a multiplicity of social settings and in new media, new movements, and new political expressions. Read the rest of this entry »

25th Chicago Filme Festival 2009 Poster

April 2, 2009

Cuba/US re evolution

February 9, 2009

This is one of my themes. I’m very intrigued about the future of Cuba and United States relationship. I will always remembered the words of a very close relative who was driving me trough Saint Louis the day after we came from South America” “Look -she said- look the grandiosity of this country, pay attention to its scale and think for a minute against what kind of thing Cuba has being opposed to”. Well… it has being a very long minute. I’ve thinking about that matter almost every day of my life since then… Read the rest of this entry »

Bike St. Louis

January 12, 2009

This posters are every were in St. Louis. I found that very stimulating, specially when you are driving and suddenly you have that spark of color that makes you smile. I love this job.