This is a mixed media project for AIGA Grand Valley's first ever art gallery exhibit, Bad Patterns. This series focuses on the availability of water to Michiganders in comparison to a family in Africa. It's both shocking and humbling at how easy we have it in America. We may complain about tax prices being too high, or gas costs too much, but at least when we turn on a faucet water comes out.
These posters were made with a mixture of gouache paint & water misted over a printed piece. Proudly made on French Paper.