| ProfessionalWhy did you make this work:
Amber's poster series leverages colorful portraits of women heading into work. Historically, women are quieted within an office setting; these portraits aim to be a playful nod to celebrate how society has begun to empathize with womanhood. The more we as a society see relatable, expressive representations of working women, the more we can embrace our peers for their individual perspectives.
How was the illustration used:
Commissioned by Facebook for their Design In Residence program, Amber was tasked with creating a poster-driven thesis regarding the topic of empathy. Leveraging a risograph printer, each submitted poster was handprinted by Amber, created for the internal use and visibility at Facebook offices globally.
How did you make this work:
Using Facebook's onsite Analog Lab facilities, each piece is printed by the artist in a limited edition of 5 prints plus 4 Artist Proofs using a Riso 591 U printer. The number of colors vary from 3-5 spot-colors per print.Commissioner Name :
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Amber Vittoria is a Forbes 30 Under 30 artist working in New York City; her work focuses on the portrayal of women within art, and she has collaborated with like-minded brands, such as NBC, Warby Parker, Gucci, The New York Times, and Instagram, on pieces that further said narrative.