Designer Geray Gencer of Istanbul, Turkey created the poster above (left) for their client, Dogan Egmont Publishing. The poster promotes the book “Ten Children Ms. Ming Never Had” by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt. Geray Gencer’s “primary area of interest is cultural projects with strong emphasis on typography, feeding on the mutual area of art and design. He currently lectures at Istanbul Işık University and is on the board of directors of Turkish Society of Graphic Designers. He has been awarded by ICOGRADA, AIGA, GMK, AGDA, Europen Design Awards, Graphis and Type Directors Club.”
Haluk Tuncay of H. Tuncay Design in Istanbul designed the above poster (right) DOT Theatre in order to promote their latest play, “Meet me at Dawn.” Tuncay “has been working as a lecturer in MSGSU, Graphic Design Department since 1994.”
Mehmet Ali Türkmen designed the poster to the left for client Westend Fotoschule, Bremen. “A new happening is a result of previous experience. Every occupation is derived from previous job experiences and moves forward.” Türkmen’s posters are featured in the permanent collections of the Museum fur Gestaltung Zurich and Poster Collection Colorado State University, Fort Collins. He is also a member of both GMK (Turkish Society of Graphic Design) since 1988 and AGI (Alliance Graphique Internationale) since 2009.
Bülent Erkmen of BEK Design designed the poster to the right for client Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts. The “illustration and handwriting for the poster was done by by Orhan Pamuk, novelist and recipient of the 2006 Nobel Prize in Literature.”