introduction

each student was asked to design three posters, either each one unique or a series 

In the fall semester of 2018, students in two sections of a beginning graphic design course produced an exhibit of posters having to do with animal forms, in the context of the artwork of a North Carolina-based artist named Anne Lemanski. Reproduced here are about half of all the results. Twenty-five of these were on display for two months (November through December 2018) at the Hartman Reserve Nature Center in Cedar Falls IA.

Who Is Anne Lemanski?

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camouflage work?

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Hartman Reserve

Nature Center.

CAMOUPEDIA

A selection of posters designed in 2018 by students at the University of Northern Iowa as a tribute to the artwork of Anne Lemanski

Emily Schroeder

Emily Schroeder

Emily Schroeder

Megan Schmidt

Wren Kress

Wren Kress

Julia Suppola

Ian Joyce

TJ Nissen

Aimee Luksan

Julia Suppola

Hayden Klemme

Erica Scherer

Sabrina Wiebold

Sarah Jacobson

Aimee Luksan

Erica Scherer

Hayden Klemme

Sabrina Wiebold

Julia Suppola

Hayden Klemme

Erica Scherer

Sabrina Wiebold

Sarah Jacobson

Aimee Luksan

Adam Herzog

Adam Herzog

Adam Herzog

Claire Oetter

Amelia Duax

Sarah Westholm

Kailie Hesner

Amelia Duax

Henry David Thoreau—

I once had a sparrow alight upon my shoulder for a moment while I was hoeing in a village garden, and I felt that I was more distinguished by that circumstance than I should have been by any epaulet I could have worn.

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Nathan Phillips

Abby Milligan

Natalia Carr

Natalia Carr

Abby Milligan

Ogden Nash—

The cow is of the bovine ilk / One end is moo, the other milk.

Claire Olsen

Claire Olsen

Keith Waterhouse—

I wonder what it’s like to be a tortoise. Not a barrel of laughs, I shouldn’t imagine. You can’t be frivolous if you’re a tortoise, can you? And think of the danger of being turned into a pair of hair-brushes…But you do have a home to go to.