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.
This simple, effective poster shows off the potential of new typeface Biko. Via We Love Typography.
Extraordinary book jacket design by Tanamachi Studios for Puffin Books’ recent redesigns of popular children’s books. Wizard of Oz, Pippi Longstocking and Peter Pan (pictured below) are now available. Via Design Work Life.
Kansas City-based Vahalla Studios created this 3-color letterpress poster which makes good use of color, lines, shapes and typography.
New print from House Industries shows off the Carlyle Quaint typeface. A dollar sign has never looked so stylish.
Check out the ornate line drawings and strong typography used on this Urbis Magazine cover by Soulseven, aka Samuel Soulek, a Minneapolis-based graphic designer. Via Grain Edit.
Lisa Rienermann’s inventive project makes a cohesive typeface using the negative spaces between buildings in city skylines. Via Beautiful Decay.