The poster was designed for the Design Days, a cultural association that promotes young designers, support their entry into the professional world and set forth these emerging talents through the organisation of various events.
The main illustration on the poster represent the building the event takes place in. Named Pavillon Sicli, this place has a special and recognisable architecture, it was build by the engineer Heinz Isler who is known for his dome shaped buildings. I was inspired by his work process. He uses wet cloth to make a plaster model of his construction that he uses to take most of his measures. The poster does the opposite and gives back to the Pavillon the weightless flowing movement from its original cloth material.