Patronising | Supportive – Poster assignment @ RMIT 2013



Patronising Supportive
Patronising | Supportive – There is a fine line between

First semester 2013 at RMIT Melbourne
Brief: A0 poster. Very little limitations for theme and methods, some level of experimentation were expected during the proses.

Patronising | Supportive ‘There is a fine line between’
There is a fine line between being patronising and being supportive, but for the receiver the difference between them can be miles apart

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. This will often be understood as being patronising and might escalate the problem.

Font choices:

  • Supportive: Optima, font from the Humanist Sans family. Subtle handwritten style and is perceived as to be warm, friendly and modern.
  • Patronising: Consolas, a moonscape font suitable for programming environments. It is perceived a boring, cold and unimaginative font.

The poster was admitted to the 2013 ScanArt exhibition.

Patronising Supportive
Patronising | Supportive – There is a fine line between


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