A poster that cookie-lovers will enjoy

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By Marta Millere in New Design on Wednesday 23 April 2014

Mmmm…who doesn’t loooove cookies?! SweeTooth Design, a California-based agency, has created a very important poster that every kitchen wall needs: the ‘Genesis of Cookies’. This poster illustrates the history and origins of the 30 most famous cookies we’ve all grown to appreciate. ‘Genesis Of Cookies’ feeds you with some interesting cookie facts. For example, did […]

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Truth and Lies: poster series by Justin Barber

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By Rachel Oakley in New Design on Saturday 14 December 2013

Truth and Lies is a poster series by Justin Barber that ‘takes some of the most common, everyday lies we tell ourselves and hear from others, and bluntly translates them into the unequivocal truth.’ This series sets out to uncover the ‘inane conversational nuances that reveal paradoxical dichotomies in our otherwise ordinary life’. In other […]

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Wolf Sheep: a collage poster by Sami Petman

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By Annie Churdar in New Art on Thursday 19 September 2013

Watch out. According to Sami Petman’s collage poster, finding a wolf in sheep’s clothing is about a 50/50 chance. I love the combinations brought about in each of these mish-mashed collage posters from the Collagerie show in Norwich, UK. They combine so many different cultural, historic, and art references and mix them together to make pieces that are […]

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Dogfighters: dogs morphed into airplanes by INK

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By Mathew Ingham in New Design on Thursday 13 June 2013

In this poster series by London digital production studio, INK, WWII-era propeller planes are carefully paired with their canine counterparts in order to transform their familiar hard-edged, silhouettes into a more adorable craft: a beagle, a schnauzer and a golden retriever. The beauty of Dogfighters stems from reimagining key details from each plane into recognisable features from […]

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Awesome hand screen printed posters by Petting Zoo

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By Ed Tucker in New Design on Monday 8 April 2013

You can spot a Petting Zoo poster a mile off: fine forms and tasty shapes, delightful restarint and hefty usage of animals. I love the angles and how they maximise the inherent roughness that screenprinting has if you let it. They’ve made countless gig posters for all kinds of bands that really stand out from […]

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Posters inspired by vintage beer cans

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By Julie Frey in New Design on Friday 9 March 2012

Check out Brandt Imhoff’s ongoing Twelve Fluid Ounces project, a series of posters inspired by vintage beer cans. His color palettes and hand-painted typography are spot-on for the subject matter.

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Minimalistic mental disorder posters by Patrick Smith

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By Dean Christ in New Design on Thursday 8 March 2012

Info-graphics and witty illustrations have been all the rage since IBM’s Smart Planet campaign. So it’s refreshing to see someone create some smart posters for actual positive change. Mental disorders are difficult enough to explain in words, but by using intelligent colour and shape choices, Patrick Smith makes sense of these conditions. The result are intuitive and instantly understandable minimalist posters that get to the core of these mental disorders. Guess it doesn’t work if you’re colourblind.

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Recent poster designs by Christy Hill

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By Christy Hill in New Design on Thursday 23 February 2012

Some recent designs of mine include a back-lit transit poster for the 8th Annual Summer Dreams Literary Arts Festival in Vancouver, which has a look and feel similar to that of a well-designed book; a poster for Pandora’s Collective, featuring a colourful modern-retro aesthetic; and a poster for The Association of Canadian Industrial Designers (ACID), with a repeating layered maple leaf symbolizing growth of the organization.

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Anti-Prostitution Posters from World War Two

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By Zolton in New Design on Saturday 7 January 2012

Seems bombs and heavy artillery weren’t the only hazards during the Second World War, as this wicked collection of Anti-Prostitution Posters from the How To Be A Retronaut website alludes to.

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Movie and television posters by Matt Needle

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By Rani Nugraha in New Design on Tuesday 3 January 2012

Taking a sort of ‘infographically simple, abstract design’ medley approach to designing prints, Matt Needle takes the foundational elements of storylines to some of the best shows and movies and gives them the equivalent of a Saul Bass-esque makeover.

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Super hero poster design by Greg Guillemin

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By Brooke Holm in New Design on Thursday 10 November 2011

I love seeing different creative approaches to movie posters. Especially Batman movie posters. Here are some pretty awesome graphic design goodies by French illustrator Greg Guillemin.

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Pictogram music posters by Viktor Hertz

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By Zolton in New Design on Saturday 23 July 2011

Viktor Hertz, who was behind the awesome Pictogram movie poster series and the equally impressive Honest Logos, has resurfaced with a new set of work: Pictogram music posters, depicting a few chosen songs in different genres. Brilliant! Again.

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Awesome poster design by Retrofuturs

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By Carlo Muttoni in New Design on Friday 15 July 2011

Stéphane Massa-Bidal is an artist and illustrator known as Retrofuturs. His works performs an engaging, ironic interaction between text and images, mixing past and future with a nostalgic look and a great sensitivity for type. The light fun is supported by a strong semiotic background.

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Awesome prints by Raid71 for cancer research

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By Chris Thornley in New Design on Thursday 14 July 2011

Raid71 is selling a set of prints with all profits going to the Manchester Royal Hospital, which develops treatments for people with cancer.

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Posters in Amsterdam

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By Rani Nugraha in New Design on Saturday 9 July 2011

Design study, anthropological investigation, or just urban environment observations? Posters in Amsterdam is a project that takes a collective look at the advertising allsorts that line the heresaid city’s streets.

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