Igor Hofbauer from Croatia started doing posters in black-and-white photocopy style in his high school days, he told me, "because that was most exiting thing I could do to contribute local music scene." He was influenced "mostly by Russian and German posters between two wars (not just visually, also politically).
Proceeds for Tom Davie’s impressively detailed typographic print assist recovery efforts in Moore, Oklahoma. Davie, an AIGA member and Assistant Professor of Visual Communication at the University of Oklahoma, was moved to help after seeing first-hand the destruction to the city from tornadoes in May of this year. Via studiotwentysix2.
Pop Art is predicated on making the commonplace uncommon, taking what is hiding in plain sight and shinning an appreciative spotlight on it. View a poster that pre-dates the Pop Art movement.
Adrienne Klein, the Director, Special Projects, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, is curator of “Graphic Alert: AIDS Posters From Around the World” (September 1 – 30) at the MSB Gallery (NYU Langone Medical Center, 550 First Avenue, NYC.) The selection comes from the...
Propaganda is such an ugly word, and yet some of the best posters I've ever seen have been given that label.
Dublin-based designer Steve Simpson illustrated this poster for a local theater’s season of films celebrating composer Ennio Morricone, best known for his work with the spaghetti westerns of the 1960s. Check out a more detailed look here.
A new MoMA exhibit takes on collage in its many forms, from photo collage to graphic design to film, including this silkscreen by Ralph Schraivogel.
To promote the new DJ mobile app, Urban Ears, Denmark-based Uncle Grey created this poster made out of vinyl that emulates a DJ scratch when scraped with a fingernail. Via Creative Review.
Awesome typography and illustration in this poster by Cast Iron for an upcoming Patton Oswalt show. Via Quipsologies.
Excellent limited edition letterpress poster by Typoretum created for PBS. Via Type for You.