Inspired by The Exorcist (1973) Cars in space, a giant orange monstrosity floating above a city, Kanye on Twitter… a turbulent series of events throughout 2018 means that there’s no shortage of inspiration this Halloween. In the spirit of the season, global creative platform 99designs challenged its international community ofRead More →

Buckminster Fuller posters

In addition to his formidable body of work in architecture, design, and theory of the kind the world had never known before, Buckminster Fuller also knew how to promote himself. Sometimes this meant appearing on late-night new-age talk shows , but at its core it meant coming up with ideasRead More →

Minimalist pub poster designs

Minimalist Pub Poster Designs Published by Maan Ali Source: Minimalist Pub Poster DesignsRead More →

Cuban OSPAAAL posters from the archives of Michael Tyler, a collector from Bath, EnglandMike has a number of duplicates to offer in exchange for a few elusive posters he’s trying to find. You can reach him at m_w_tyler [at] hotmail [dot] com 1969, poster by Rafael Zarsa, Day of SolidarityRead More →

AFICHE SEGUNDO PUESTO – contest – Fuego Camina Conmigo – 1st Argentine Twin Peaks Festival AFICHE CONTEST – Fuego Camina Conmigo Published by Maan Ali Source: AFICHE CONTEST – Fuego Camina ConmigoRead More →

Poster for a hybrid memoir that moves between prose poetry, memoir, and philosophical meditation, and has at its center an extended rumination on loss, memory, narrative, knowledge and family secrets. Source: She Did Not SpeakRead More →

Submit your posters to the international Cyprus Poster Triennial . Deadline 30 December 2018. Comments … Source: The international Cyprus Poster TriennialRead More →

VIDEO Setting a film title in the font Trajan is a can’t-go-wrong choice.–cheaper than commissioning a titling face from scratch and not as mundane as picking Helvetica or Times Roman. Typewise, it is the equivalent of the “little black dress” that fashion magazines tell us should be in every woman’sRead More →

richard buckminster fuller (1895-1983) was one of the most influential thinkers of the 20th century and his legacy is increasingly relevant in our age of diminishing resources and technological development. in the 1920s he was already envisioning housing, transportation, mapping, engineering, and construction systems that anticipated what we are livingRead More →

Günther Kieser, poster design for “King of Bebop – Dizzy Gillespie”, 1953. Zum ersten Mal in Deutschland, Konzert Frankfurt am Main. Via plakatkontor 16 Notes handmadethoughts liked this urban-hieroglyphs liked this liibertine liked this alotofcaretohate reblogged this from eccentricks literarymagpie reblogged this from design-is-fine kategete liked this tiramisudream reblogged thisRead More →

30 Vintage Movie Posters from Japan [If you like 50watts, show your support here .] Kiyoshi Awazu, poster for Double Suicide , 1969 ( Awazu on 50 Watts ) Medea (1971) Kurosawa’s own artwork for Dodes’ka-den (Clickety Clack), 1970 Source: 30 Vintage Movie Posters from JapanRead More →

Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood Published by Maan Ali Source: Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret AtwoodRead More →

Parisian Design Cushions and Art Posters Milandet has been built 2 years ago by Caroline, a french girl passionated about Home Design. Parisian woman in the heart, she has been looking for the best trends regarding interior decoration. Source: Parisian Design Cushions and Art PostersRead More →

Austin-based designer Jamie Zuverza’s biography is more interested in the city than his work. “As long as music has been played on Austin stages, there have been poster artists who have had a hand in its promotion,” it says, going on to pinpoint the Vulcan Gas Company as a pivotalRead More →

Burlesque has a brand new art print by Marald Van Haasteren up for sale. “March to the Sea” is an 18″ x 24″ screenprint, has an edition of 65, and costs $65. There are also a couple of cool variants available. Visit . Source: “March to the Sea” ArtRead More →

The Smile Brigade Design by Rejane Dal Bello Source: The Smile BrigadeRead More →