“The Hocus Focus poster was designed to promote an exhibition at the Staten Island Children’s Musuem about how artists see the world and how they can look through their eyes. There was an enjoyable whimsy of figuring out, in two color designs, fifteen faces that suggested different artistic personalitites. Each was created with as many different geometric forms as possible to reflect the numerous styles and approaches by artists.
A production note: the poster was folded into twenty panels, and then two 1/4″ holes were drilled through the folded poster. The holes serve the direct and obvious purpose of looking.”