The ONEHUNDRED Project is an experiment from the artist Kid Grandios. He started it in 2009 with the idea of creating posters including landscape and grunge elements. One Hundred posters later, the project is done and it turned out truly amazing.
NASA, once seen as the pinnacle of technological achievement, now seems a little clunky and dated. Michael Tseng’s reworking of the space agency’s look and logo might put a little vigor back in those weary bureaucrats and inspire a new generation of astronauts.
These promotional, limited-edition movie posters, designed by Justin Erickson for Toronto-based marketing firm Phantom City Creative, are pure rulage, especially the one for Let The Right One In.
Illustrator Steve Thomas has recently posted some great propaganda art based on classic video games. My favorite is the one he did for Frogger not only because it’s a really striking design, but also because Frogger wouldn’t be so obvious a choice to make propaganda art out of compared to a game like say Space Invaders.
I love the colours and concept in this artwork by Maher Diab. Of the idea behind the poster, he says: ‘Jesus gave up on us and he’s out of plans to make things right. He came in peace 2000 years back. Now it’s time for Plan B’.
Look Hear is a free event taking place at the Newcastle Art Gallery in Australia from March 10, and running until the end of the month, at which a selection of designers and artists will present a series of talks about their creative process, methods and techniques, as well as discuss the inspirations behind their creative careers.
While I might be more good girl than gangsta, I am loving these hangable hip hop posters. Courtesy of Paper Jam Press, each hand pulled piece is limited edition and features words to live by.