I dissected and selected phrases from Ben Duvall's essay, The Typography Of Utopia/Dystopia to create a poster discussing Postmodernism in typography. Inspired by Duvall's dialectics, I arranged each paragraph and titled them to match the content and concept of the poster. As an assignment for my Type 3 class at the Kansas City Art Institute, I started this project with a 10" x 10" grid. In that square space I laid out my body copy. Then, we expanded the poster to 13" x 19" where I incorporated the title. Duvall discusses the human hand in his essay. We can't go back to solely analog ways of working in our new digital world, but incorporating the hand in contemporary design work is a step past the stark modernism of the past. To further this concept, I printed on copy paper, and moved the post around as it was being scanned, giving the titles its warped, rainbow effect. The final poster is tiled on manilla copy paper; the typography and dark grey background slightly tinted beige.