Interesting conceptual use of typography. Set vertically with red highlight and placed over the person's eye, it functions pictographically as dripping blood, with the white highlighted text as a needle. Art-historically, it visually relates to El Lissitz
This letter alone doesn’t make sense as to why it looks like the moon, but it works with the rest of the poster. I can understand Galileo and, I like the idea of using expressive typography to express a person or place instead of just a word or meaning.
Shigeo Fukuda graphic design by Shigeo FUKUDA, Japan Negative space was utilized in this design to create the image here in which the audience can distinguish one large animal sinking its teeth into the smaller one.