I worked as the publicist for the 2018 Whole Earth Festival, and created multiple posters to advertise open positions, calls for artists, etc.
The Whole Earth Festival began in 1969 as a small art class project on the UC Davis Quad. The students used art to teach visitors about the realms of activism, wellness, and environmental sustainability in an interactive and creative way. Following the United Nations’ recognition of Earth Day in 1970, the event was renamed to the Whole Earth Festival. It has since evolved into a free student-run event, attracting over 30,000 visitors annually on Mother’s Day weekend.
The theme of the 49th festival was "Bloom" and I wanted to pay homage to the environmental aspect of the festival and its roots in the past.