inter·punct - ii
inter·punct is a journal for architecture theory and discourse founded by students at Carnegie Mellon University. Since it's inaugural issue in 2013, the organization has been quiet. This was the second series of posters both advertising the group and upcoming issue, as well as initializing a dialog on campus surrounding architectural theory.
The opposing halves of the shapes depict two sides of a dialogue, divided, but still very much a part of the same shape. The CMYK theme also contributes to this idea of overlap within discourse.