Selected poster in the Biennal of Bolivia BiCeBé 2015 on the "Happiness Culture" thematic category. http://www.bicebebolivia.com/content/3887
Inspired by the chapter 7-9 of the amazing timeless "The Little Prince" book written by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and some classic tales and fables about the purpose of rose thorns.
"Less curriculum, more vitae" is a metaphor about how we care in our life about what surface we show and what we hide, and what is the matter of our life and how we live. Happiness in life is usually showed as bright and shining instants, but there's a long efforts and main elements that support it for getting that and probably there are more than we think.
In a simple pop style, a brightful use of color and a few elements are composing the poster.
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