My third iteration is a slight tangent to the previous of its kind. After creating the second iteration, I decided to take a detour and focus more on the concept of depth of field rather than blurriness. On this poster, I have two sets of dotted grids. Each of them have a different gradient. By placing them as such, it creates the illusion of having one set on the forefront and the other in the background. Seeing as the exhibition is the sum of the works of many Concordia students, it made sense conceptually to have many focal points rather than just one or two. Having so many dots represents the idea that all of us students come together to create a whole.
This poster as well as the all of the previous iterations all come together to inspire the final posters.