To mark the 70th anniversary of the original Land Rover’s 1948 unveiling, the British automotive manufacturer commissioned a handful of gorgeously illustrated posters that go from vintage to modern in all kinds of style. Continue reading »
In May 2017, illustrator Cristiano Siqueira took it upon himself to create one poster for every Part of Twin Peaks: The Return. Continue reading »
Meet Flavio Greco Paglia, freelance illustrator based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Continue reading »
Agnetha Fältskog was a singer with the Swedish band ABBA, famous for hits like “Mamma Mia.” In 1969, Fältskog became engaged to Björn Ulvaeus. At the time of their engagement, Ulvaeus was working with a songwriter named Benny Andersson. Andersson was engaged to an Anni-Frid Lyngstad, who, much like Fältskog, was becoming an increasingly popular singer in Sweden. Continue reading »
The Insanely Great History of Apple has just been updated, bringing together all the Apple products from 1976 to 2017 in a single poster. Continue reading »
The Swedish company known for its clever home solutions will be launching ‘ART EVENT 2017’ — a limited edition collection showcasing posters drawn by 12 internationally-loved artists—in April 2017, so clear your walls. Continue reading »
Shepard Fairey, whose iconic posters supporting Barack Obama’s 2008 election won him Design of the Year, has a new offering for this Friday’s presidential inauguration. The American graphic designer has applied the same posterised style and palette of red, beige and blue of the Hope imagery to three new designs, created for nonprofit organisation the Amplifier Foundation. Continue reading »
According to fold7 advertising agency: “Our next installment of ‘If Carlsberg did’ activity broke yesterday with the launch of the world’s first ever beer-serving poster at The Truman Brewery in Shoreditch. For one day only, the public were able to pour themselves a Carlsberg direct from the poster, which was embedded with a Carlsberg tap and a stack of glasses. As you’d expect, the announcement of free beer coupled with a burst of early summer sun caused quite a commotion, with punters queuing from midday right through to the evening.” Continue reading »
Imgur user NeoBaggins is a master when it comes to flipping famous faces in Photoshop. And although it sounds so simple, it actually takes a lot of work to make them look so hilarious, as the artist proved in this “making of” timelapse. Check out his work below and stare in amazement at how even with his face flipped, Guy Pearce still looks normal… Continue reading »
Sydney-based graphic designer Peter Majarich clearly likes movies. So much so in fact that he’s decided to set himself a challenge. He’s redesigning a different movie poster every day though 2016, and as you can see from his awesome artwork, he’s doing a brilliant job of it. Continue reading »
According to designer Tiago Pinto: “I’ve always been interested in stamps, minimalistic graphics and airlines branding. So, one day I tried to put it all together and that’s how this little project came about. The question I asked myself was dead simple ‘what if each airline had his own stamp, as a ticket for letters, sort to say…’ ” Continue reading »
Did you ever wish for a printed map poster of your hometown or a place where you fell in love? Well, if that place isn’t Paris, London or New York chances are you’ve ended up empty handed. Continue reading »
Leo Burnett London, has created an outdoor print campaign for McDonald’s UK, to promote the roll-out of their dual lane Drive-Thru service. Situated in close proximity to a number of converted restaurants, the posters feature two different vehicles parked side by side to create one amusing visual. Continue reading »
Israeli artists paste large portraits on the side of a bridge near the city of Netanya, Israel, early Thursday. (Tara Todras-whitehill / AP) Continue reading »
Casa Rex, one of Brazil’s most creative and renowned agencies, has won an award at the HOW Poster Design Awards 2011. The poster ‘The Occupied Space’ has been chosen as one of the top 10 winners, out of almost 800 entries.
In order to advertise an exhibition promoted by Escola Viva whereby students and teachers were invited to arrive at the school, walk around and ‘occupy’ the diverse spaces within the school environment, Casa Rex has made bold use of the “empty” white space, using text that is scattered across the poster in random directions. “We invert what is traditionally seen as the correct occupied space in a poster”, jokes Gustavo Piqueira, creative director and head of the agency.
This is the 6th time that Casa Rex has earned an award by HOW magazine, which showcases the best in design from around the world. Earlier this year the HOW International Design Awards went to the packaging design developed for the Dixie Toga Holographic Collection of Empty Packs, as well as the graphic design for the book “Writings about Jade” (Ateliê Editorial); in 2010 the covers created for the “Saraiva Classics” book collection (Edições Jogo de Amarelinha) and also the graphic project for the “Cool Readings” collection (Ed. Biruta) were selected; and in 2008 the award was given for the the Paideia book collection covers (Ed. Martins Fontes).
So cool game-inspired alphabetical poster by Maicon Costa, designer and illustrator from Rio de Janeiro.