Poster design is a large part of Graphic Design in how the designer creates a hierarchy for the information being conveyed and presents it in a clear composition. The arrangement of the information usually reinforces the information to make a concise piece. Here I have posted some of my own work as an example.
A poster to feature a typeface of our choice.
A poster I made for a band with the requirements of it must be in gray scale for cheap printing. I was given a list of information that must be presented on the poster and arrange it in a way that quickly conveys the import information to people passing.
This is a typographic poster I made to convey the meaning of "The Good Left Undone" by Rise Against. The simple meaning of the lyrics is you reach a point (red line) in a relationship with someone that you cannot go back and things go downhill after that. This is represented by the blue lines as a gauges past red line and the text fading into nothing. Conveys the meaning that the relationship is under pressure and falling apart.
This is another typographic poster that I made with the intention of creating a 27th letter form pronounced "Kah." My new letter is displayed in uppercase and lower case on the left and placed in the alphabet on the right.