Everything in this ad from Shizuoka, Japan, came from an orange, with absolutely no photoshop used. Pieces of fruit was literally dissected and arranged in a meticulous fashion in order to design this beautiful poster for a local newspaper. I can’t imagine the time and effort that went into creating this, but I love the [...]
This illustration by Erin Gallagher is a tribute to the greatness of Vince Gilligan, Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, and the many other brilliant people making some of the best, not to mention most addictive, television ever aired. This piece will be available soon as a screen printed poster.
The Keep Calm and Carry On poster is probably the most iconic graphic image of the past decade and this video explains where it came from. The poster was one of three issued by the British government during WWII as morale boosting reminders. And even though over two million copies were printed, the Keep Calm [...]
I visited the Occupy Wall Street protesters yesterday at Liberty Plaza Park and drew every placard I could find on display. Here are the results: high resolution A2 posters for free use. Just download and print in black and white variants.
Lovely work by Leo Burnett Kuala Lampur copywriter Paul Prabhakar for an Eco Heaven Bazaar, where junk is hand-printed and re-purposed into posters to publicise the event.
Sydney-based design studio Philter hand crafted this beautiful poster from an epic stream of paper. They were given the letter F as part of an alphabetised series of posters and chose to represent the word Flammable with a tagline of ‘so hot right now’ (a nod to the movie Zoolander).