Archive for the ‘Posters’ Category

Concrete Hermit

Monday, April 2nd, 2007

Welcome to Concrete Hermit Working with the best British and international illustrators and artists to produce original products.

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WEB POSTER EXHIBITION – Who’s Who in Iranian Posters

Monday, March 5th, 2007

A list of iranian poster designers. The selection is quite arbitrary – ie some found in the POSTER BIBLIOGRAPHY or on the net etc, recent prize winners and so on – so if you are not on this page don’t panic, your day will com!

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Delicious Design League

Monday, February 5th, 2007

We design and screen-print all of our posters by hand and we’d gladly do one for your band or play or movie or bris.
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tomasz walenta

Sunday, February 4th, 2007

is a polish-canadian artist, cartoonist and illustrator,
working as a freelancer from warsaw, poland.
his beautiful, old-school illustrations combine economy of
line and playful wit.

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Beautiful Type

Saturday, February 3rd, 2007

Mohawk Fine Papers has published a book of 40 posters designed for the Yale School of Architecture by Michael Bierut. A small sampling of these stunning pieces are posted over at Design Observer. Points of interest: each poster features different typefaces, an adherence to the simplicity (and low printing cost) of black and white, the use of simple geometric forms to create complex layouts. One poster, for “Non Standard Structures: An Organic Order of Irregular Geometries, Hybrid Members, and Chaotic Assemblies Symposium” was featured in Michael’s talk at UX Week 2006.

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Graphic Design in the White Cube

Sunday, January 28th, 2007

Organizing graphic design exhibitions is always problematic: graphic design does not exist in a vacuum, and the walls of the exhibition space effectively isolate the work of design from the real world. Placing a book, a music album, or a poster in a gallery removes it from the cultural, commercial, and historical context without which the work cannot be understood. The entire raison d’être of the work is lost as a side effect of losing the context of the work, and the result is…

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Revolution by Design: The Soviet Poster

Sunday, January 28th, 2007

Lenin created the first truly modern propaganda machine, and its most colorful, dramatic and original form was the poster.

Although posters were produced in Russia before the Revolution, they were overshadowed by the remarkable propaganda posters of the Soviets. Lenin takes responsibility for creating the first truly modern propaganda machine, from postage stamps and Mayday parades to monumental sculptures. Perhaps its most colorful, dramatic and original form was the poster. Through it, the greatest artists of the time proclaimed government policies, asked for support, and demanded greater efforts — all with the goal of building Soviet power.

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The Heads of State

Friday, January 26th, 2007

Design, Illustration & Posters – See this powerful collection of work in the portfolio of design agency ‘The Heads of State’.

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A Directory of Poster Designers & their work

Friday, January 26th, 2007

FLATSTOCK 12 is being held in Austin, Texas in conjunction with the world’s premier Music Festival South By Southwest. Poster artists from around the world will hit The Austin Convention Center for the bi-annual convention sponsored by the American Poster Institute, dedicated to the promotion of music poster art and design worldwide. You’ve heard the sordid tales of deluxe poster prints sold to you the fans by the artists themselves, now come see for yourself. FLATSTOCK 12 is free for everyone so come one come all. Show up early and be ready to be overwhelmed with amazing posters (you might want to bring some dough too since you won’t want to leave empty handed.) FLATSTOCK 12 is an all-ages event.
See a large collection of their amazing posters here…

GigPosters

Friday, January 26th, 2007

Limited edition silk screen posters..

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