80 punk posters were created using infrared photography. Each and every one of them were created with an emphasis on raw emotion. Brian Morgan is a firm believer in using imagery and typography in new ways as a way of establishing media that pushes the boundaries of art. The messages of the original images are changed, which means that expression is never concrete. Infrared photography was utilized when capturing the snow-covered peaks within this image. A dreamlike appearance is created as a result of the infrared simply because light was captured that isn’t on the visible spectrum. Particularly in the way that the plans and grass appear, it is obvious that this is a lurid appearance. Further, it is why the skies look dark and bleak. The word “LOVE” is then applied to the image, as though it were part of a graffiti artist. It helps to emphasize the emotion, and makes the art completely unique. The image also features the Ranch Bucket logo, which can be seen just shy of the center of the image. The design is almost monochromatic, but the burst of logo helps to capture the attention of anyone who looks at the photograph and the emotions are heavily charged.