Sublime poster design by Aesthetic Apparatus

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By Aaron Craig in New Design on Wednesday 22 February 2012

When I first stumbled across these guys’ posters a few years back, I was instantly blown away. Their one of a kind style is unlike the majority of other poster art out there. Their collage style proves that strict boundaries don’t need to be adhered to in order to produce consistent, quality work. Quoted from their own bio: ‘They will break your heart and drink your blood’.

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Intergalactic Fly posters by Sunil Pawar

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By Sunil Pawar in New Illustration on Wednesday 23 November 2011

I love screenprints, but I also like working on limited runs of artwork. Intergalactic Fly are poster prints of an original painting that I did on used metal plates, printed, then reworked over with acrylic spray paint. Although the design stays the same, each one is different, making them unique. Limited to 50, signed and numbered. They are so fresh out of the studio you can still smell the paint.

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Uruguayan designer Sebastián Gavary

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By Ernesto Pasarisa in New Design on Tuesday 13 September 2011

Sebastián Gavary is one of my favourite young Uruguayan designers. Music is always part of his designs, either as topics or in the harmony of the colours. As a typographic geek, the form and shape of words in his works is always meticulously checked.

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Classic Sci-Fi movie posters by Dean Walton

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By Brynn Metheney in New Design on Friday 29 July 2011

Nerds, check out these classic Sci-Fi film posters. Graphic designer Dean Walton created five beautiful posters for some of the most iconic films in the genre. Each design is a limited edition of 100 and is signed and numbered by the artist.

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Poster shows the optimal choreography of teeth-brushing

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By Zolton in New Design on Monday 25 July 2011

I saw this poster today at the brilliant MOMA Talk To Me exhibition in New York. Apparently it instructs children and adults alike on ‘toothsteps’ — the ‘optimal choreography of teeth-brushing’. It wasn’t immediately clear how, but it looked damn fine. By French designer Benjamin Dennel.

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Ernest Hemingway fiftieth anniversary poster

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By Rudy Adler in New Design on Thursday 7 July 2011

This past Saturday marked the 50th anniversary of Ernest Hemingway’s passing. To commemorate Hemingway’s life, 1000 Memories screenprinted a handsomely designed poster called Live the Hemingway. It’s a fairly concise cheat sheet that may bring you to a closer appreciation of the man known to some as Butch.

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Scott Hansen

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By Outasight in New Design on Sunday 26 June 2011

Scott Hansen is one of my favorite designers right now. His work is super fresh, yet an ode to vintage aesthetic, without ever being over the top or corny. Check out his daily musings and peep some of his amazing prints which are for sale.

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Design for Japan Tumblr

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By Nini Baseema in New Design on Thursday 17 March 2011

After the terrible earthquake and tsunami on March 11, and the devastating destruction it caused in Japan, many graphic designers and creatives felt obligated to do something to help in their own unique way. This Tumblr contains a collection of artwork made in the hope of creating attention and raising money for Japan. It is open for submissions.

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Anti-censorship newspaper ad attacks Silvio Berlusconi

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By Nini Baseema in New Design on Thursday 17 February 2011

Silvio Berlusconi, the Prime Minister of Italy, didn’t receive much applause for his attempt to cut down the freedom of press with the so-called ‘gag law‘ last year. As a consequence, a great number of Italian journalists decided to fall silent on July 9 to protest. The measure was accompanied with this newspaper art, that […]

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Pictogram Movie Posters by Victor Hertz

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By Nini Baseema in New Design on Monday 7 February 2011

Victor Hertz is a Swedish freelance photographer and graphic designer with a passion for film. He has come up with a number of cool minimalist movie posters based on pictograms, that I find really inspiring. [You can now buy these posters!]

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WTF posters by Minga at Creative Overflow

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By Gerry Mak in New Design on Wednesday 8 December 2010

Is ‘WTF’ becoming as much a part of the global vernacular as ‘OK?’ If so, these posters by Argentine designer Minga will be funny to people all over the world.

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