Some amazing examples of poster design by graphic designers and artists.
Type Hike is a collaborative design project that take a look at the US national parks from a typographic perspective. 60 designers have each created a poster about a national park, type being the main graphic tool used for each poster. Time to take a walk on the type side…
A series of posters that was created in a vintage style for Expedia. The vintage posters celebrate some popular travel destinations and the animals that used to live in it and went extinct.
Scott Woolston specializes in movie posters, and the least you could say is that he’s good at it. He creates multiple proposals for each movie, and each of these proposal is good. Discover more on his portfolio.
Using type, simple graphics, and a lot of experiments, Spanish graphic designer Quim Marin has a tremendous poster portfolio to show. Every year, he releases some of his favorite posters. On this post we made a selection, but you can see more on his portfolio.
Korean illustrator Jee-ook Choi has made herself a name in the world of illustration. Her surreal worlds create a charming environment that convinced the organizers of the BIFAN festival to commission her to create posters for the festival. The posters she designed for the festival are just fantastic, with simple lines and two prominent colors, […]
Soviet Russia was a failure in many aspects, but there is one thing they did right: posters! This series of advertising posters to fight alcoholism are another good example of the great work done by the Russian designers of the time to design good posters.
The 2016 edition of the Wimbledon tennis tournament is about to end, unfortunately without Roger Federer. This year’s edition marks the 130th anniversary of the tournament, which makes it the oldest in addition to being the most popular. To celebrate this anniversary, London based design studio Deuce has created a series of thirteen posters that […]
Michal Krasnopolski is a Polish designer who graduated from the Strzeminski Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz, he currently works in the design industry in his country, where his work in advertising was often featured. Being a fan of old thrillers, he decided to do a series of movie posters dedicated to Alfred Hitchcock. He […]
Patterns, by Thomas Matthews. On Designer Daily, we already shared Monotype’s redesign of the Johnston font: Johnston 100. However, there was another celebration of the typeface’s anniversary. Great designers and agencies designed a collection of great posters to celebrate. The result is a display of the variety of designs you can achieve with a single […]
Unfortunately, not all great movies saw the light. Some movie projects with great film directors were predicted, but never happened for one reason or another. But what if these movies were filmed? What would the promotional posters look like? Illustrator and poster designer Fernando Reza tried to answer that question by taking on the project […]
Based in Berlin, Devran Dogaroglu works as an art director and designer. In this project, he created posters for the Maxime Gorki Theater. Each poster communicates a lecture about a famous philosopher. The posters are grid-based and the grid is made apparent. The “3H” (name of the seminar) is featured as a big block in […]
The work of Mexican architect Luis Barragan inspired this series of posters by Ingrid Picanyol. She found a way to visually represent the landscapes on paper, using geometric shapes and bright colors.
Adam Rabalais is a graphic designer based in the Los Angeles area. Being a film geek, he enjoys working on alternative movie posters. He creates powerful posters that would often be a perfect fit for the movies, giving him a portfolio that could land him some serious jobs in that industry.
Nowadays, humor is one of the trendiest tendencies in interior design. A positive design will certainly be well perceived by people of all ages and with various ways of life. The humor may be used in different ways: you may use funny accessories, furniture of interesting forms, bright posters and paintings etc. The elements of […]
It’s somewhat reassuring that legendary designers like Saul Bass also had some designs rejected, it makes them a bit more like us. Obviously, having your designs rejected by Stanley Kubrick isn’t exactly like being rejected by your local garage for their newspaper ads. On this post you can see the five first designs submitted by […]