Redesign an existing poster 50 times, then present it in a form that relates to its content.
My iterations were built from a 1951 concert poster by Josef Müller-Brockman. To present them, I animated them to fit with a recording of Alexander Brailowsky playing Chopin's Piano Concerto 1, one of the pieces advertised in the original poster.
Fun fact: this is from early in grad school, before I had discovered After Effects. It's a stop-motion animation lovingly but painstakingly created frame by frame in Adobe Illustrator.