A little valentine for my dear, sweet Buenos Aires

Not only was this the longest time I’ve lived in an international city, it also happened to be a culture I fully embraced. Our impending departure pricked me in the last week, drawing up thick sentiment I could only process through creation. What could I make that would facilitate a meditation on a city that showed me a wonderful time?

Prior to our first and only asado, I splayed out on my bed in a square of warm light and began a graphic design project, one that mimicked the Ork-style posters that fit neighborhood names into their map locations. My idea was to one day to share it with our porteño friends who introduced us Fernet, cooked us asados, danced with us until 7am, and invited us into their family homes. They made us feel so welcome and entertained, and all I felt I could provide in return were some digital bits and bobs. Of course, there’s always the hope they journey to America and are in need of an enthusiastic tour guide!

Two months after leaving, I’ve finally completed this graphic project to share with all of them…and you, dear reader. Other colors and styles are likely to follow, but here are two such posters in both white and black. Click the image to download one for yourself.

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  1. Ricardo Watson

    great work! thanks for share

    April 24, 2013 at 10:16 | Permalink
  2. Lindsay Clark

    Thanks, Ricardo. I appreciate the comment and sharing from you!

    May 9, 2013 at 03:45 | Permalink
  3. Kristen Elzey (SAS '07)

    Wow, this is really cool and creative! Love following you to see what you’ll do/where you’ll go next. ;)

    July 2, 2014 at 23:28 | Permalink
  4. Lindsay Clark

    Thanks, Kristen! I’m glad I made this (though I really should have made it on Illustrator instead…yeesh) and hope I can make another sometime soon. Thanks for following! I usually don’t know what’s next either :)

    July 20, 2014 at 11:16 | Permalink

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