Tag Archives: Poster

Colorful City Silhouette Prints by Yoni Alter


London-based designer Yoni Alter has a huge line of colorful prints featuring overlaid silhouettes (to scale) of every major landmark found in different cities. There’s too many places to list here, but you can explore more in his shop, and many if his pieces were just on view at Kemistry Gallery earlier this week.

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ESPN Posters for the World Cup Brazil 2014


One of the biggest (may I say the biggest) sports channel in the world, decided to illustrated posters to celebrate the World Cup in Brazil and nothing more natural than hiring a Brazilian illustrator for the mission. The artist was Cristiano Siqueira, who designed posters with 32 participating teams. Check below some of the jaw-dropping drawing!


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Arby’s: Saucepocalypse


Since Arby’s is now selling their signature sauces in bottles, we wanted to share stories from when fans were caught without sauce. And the idea was effective. These series of posters or whatever, are really spooky! Don’t be afraid and take a good look.

Vintage-style posters reinvent superheroes for another age


Designer and illustrator Grégoire Guillemin has created a beautiful series of minimalist, vintage inspired superhero posters.

A new look (vintage look) at film posters


Those posters are more like an alternative view of what it could be if we all were in 1940. These collection are from Mondo Design. Take a look at it and have fun.

Creative Infographics.


If your client always puts pressure in you and he doesn’t understand your work at all, show this poster to him.

The Recording Academy


Advertising Agency: TBWA\Chiat\Day, Los Angeles, USA
Creative Directors: Patrick Condo, Bob Rayburn, Olivier Rabenschlag
Senior Art Director: Brandy Cole
Senior Copywriter: Charlie Stephenson
Art Director: Geo Panchame

Minimalist movie posters – less is more


Worth1000 recently had a design contest to showcase the best minimalist movie posters. Submissions included famous movies such as Terminator, Titanic and Hairspray.

The entries are beautifully designed with minimalistic and abstract shapes, showing how less can be more. This style gives the posters a tasteful and modern appearance. Who knows, maybe this kind of movie poster design will be a trend in the future?