Know someone who shares your insatiable lust for Helvetica? Then head over to Bisgràfic and check out their gorgeous Helvetics poster which simply states, “I think you are more perfect than Helvetica”. I would be dead chuffed if someone gifted me this. For €40 you will get a 300 limited edition run of a 50x70cm offset poster printed in two… Read More →
Ha. These typographic joke posters by Gary Nicholson are the dogs bollox. Fine puns delivered with devastatingly cool typographic style. My favourite is: “Get with the Times, New Roman” with “The Carnage was Grotesk, but Akzidenz Happen” coming a very close 2nd. » Source: Gary Nicholson
What a delightful visual treat this 100 Years of Paramount Pictures poster is: celebrating Paramount’s 100th Anniversary in glorious technicoloured icons. Designed by L.A.’s Gallery 1988. The poster consists of sweet sweet icons that represent Paramount’s biggest movie releases, so the challenge is to see how many films you can name from those delicious icons.… Read More →
Bumped into swissted by Mike Joyce (Sterotype Design) a while back now, but recently stumbled upon it again. Far too cool to not share again. All the swissted posters Mike has redesigned are based on punk, hardcore, and indie rock shows that actually happened. Those original show flyers have been transformed into international typographic style posters typeset… Read More →
The Letters Typographic Poster by Skinny Ships & 55 Hi’s Oi Oi! The Letters Typographic Poster by Skinny Ships & 55 Hi’s is a stunning example of typographic postergraphy at it’s very bestest. Ready! Go! The Letters Poster contains many original letter forms as well as being wonderfully presented via the 2-colour screenprint process in gloriously shiny… Read More →
A2 Helvetica Exploded Poster from PrintHandBook.com Yo yo! Really digg’n this A2 Helvetica Exploded Poster from PrintHandBook.com For only £12 you get this wonderfully artsy Helvetica print that is separated into eight segments which should look rather cool on your design studio wall, or bathroom if you perv over things like this. The Helvetica posters… Read More →
I have a heap of cool links and things to blog about, but this Toy Stories—A Movie Poster Experiment by Jim Tuckwell has been eying me up for about a week now in my FireFox tab.
Some minimalist design projects of late have been almost abusing the minimalist tag. In some cases good ideas but let down with poor design & typography execution. I am, however, particularly fond of these posters by Wonchan Lee.
What an incredibly delightful design from vintage Air Canada.
The work that Paul Rogers turns out inspires me no end. There are many more examples of Paul’s work over on his website.
Pantone Superhero Posters by Gidi Vigo—which you can view more over on Artflakes—is one of those incredibly annoying ideas that one can’t quite understand how one didn’t think of it.
The James Bond Penguin Cover Prints were initially released in 2008 as a celebration of the centenary of Ian Fleming’s birth.
Very nice set of posters by Anthony Neil Dart. We have one poster summing up five phrases by Massimo Vignelli then a further five posters each with one phrase displayed.
Came across a post on a Tumblr blog, apartness, that fronted a literary classic. The book in question is called “Never Kill A Client” by Brett Halliday, and first published by Dell in 1963.
Due to quite a bit of interest in the previous version of this poster I felt it was about time to refresh it a little–not to mention address the minor issue of the incorrect apostrophe.
The Typefaces of the World poster by Shelby (@wanken) has been doing the circuit over the last week, and quite rightly so. I blogged about it over on the other channel last week, the reason I am posting again is that you can now… Pre-Order your copy The poster is now available to pre order over at… Read More →