Poster for the Paralympic Games by Channel 4

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By Bryan Stewart in New Events on Tuesday 21 August 2012

I love Channel 4′s work, all created by its in-house agency, 4creative. This poster is great, straight to the point in an irreverent, fun way. It’s part of the bigger campaign – Meet the Superhumans – which kicked off their campaign as the official broadcaster of the London Paralympic Games.

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Keep Calm and Tear it Down poster by Rajeev Basu

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By Rajeev Basu in New Design on Wednesday 1 August 2012

Almost every office round the world has the iconic British poster, Keep Calm and Carry On, somewhere on their walls. It’s become a cliche. There are hundreds of versions and thousands of parodies. Thing is, people and attitudes have changed a lot since 1939 when the poster was first made. The world is a very different […]

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Your portrait as a heroic Chinese propaganda poster

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By Low Lai Chow in New Design on Friday 11 May 2012

Brainwash visitors to your apartment with a personalised Maopost reproduced propaganda painting now starring you as a socialist hero. Avid poster collectors Pierre Lavigne and Pierre Budestschu are the ones behind the business and promises to hire ‘freelance professional Chinese artists’ and not ‘“painting factories” and their salaried artists’. These oil paintings cost anywhere from US$199 to US$269. We reckon it’s a fairly reasonable price to plant yourself in history.

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Movie poster designs by Austin-based Mondo

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By Josef Buchanan in New Design on Wednesday 9 May 2012

Austin’s Mondo is described via their Facebook page as follows: ‘If we have to explain what we are, you wouldn’t understand’. Which I guess is true in many ways, but the bottom line is they showcase numerous artistic renditions of movie posters, which span everything from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre to Duck Dodgers and the 24 1/2th Century, and everything in-between. Apparently the posters sell out within minutes, and sometimes even seconds, but you can still check out the archive and eventually pick up your jaw from the ground after viewing all of the awesome work that has beed done.

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Poster series: Fifteen Iconic TV Shows To Guess

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By Samantha Dalrymple in New Design on Thursday 12 April 2012

Created by couple Eurydyka Kata and Rafal Szczawinski, this series of designs are particularly playful for television geeks. Can you guess them all?

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Project to create identity posters for each American State

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By Josh Best in New Design on Saturday 10 March 2012

This ambitious side project seeks to encapsulate state identities by creating a poster for each state. It’s the combination of two nerdy passions: geography and delicious design. I think it’s high time someone spent some effort merging them together. Find your state and let us know if you think it’s an accurate depiction.

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Killer poster designs by Jason Malmberg

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By Kate Farrall in New Design on Wednesday 8 February 2012

Working out of his Sacramento studio, DECABET, artist Jason Malmberg creates killer poster designs. I love the lines, color and typography. Now I just need a band to have him do the poster artwork for.

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Hunting Bears

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By Chris Thornley in New Art on Thursday 10 February 2011

Raid71 is a name that keeps popping up from time to time, either on Threadless or at exhibition spaces, now he has his own shop, Hunting Bears.

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Guimarães Jazz posters

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By Anastasia Gerali in New Illustration on Friday 19 November 2010

Gorgeous hand rendered type and illustrations by Atelier Martino and Jaña from Portugal for the 2010 Guimarães Jazz posters.

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Designer Must Haves

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By Casper Johansson in New Design on Tuesday 11 May 2010

UK-based Ashwin Patel has created a topical graphic design-related poster outlining the stereotypical ‘must haves’ of today’s designers. The poster illustrates mind set and values to tools and appliances with the use of simple pictograms.

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Maher Diab

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By Zolton in New Illustration on Saturday 3 April 2010

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’.

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Kate Banazi silkscreen print

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By Casper Johansson in New Art on Saturday 13 March 2010

Titled You’re Far Taller and A Much Nicer Person Than I, this silkscreen print by Sydney-based artist Kate Banazi comes in an edition of 50 and ships rolled in a tube.

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Paper Jam Press hip hop posters

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By Clare Hillier in New Design on Wednesday 17 February 2010

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.

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Shigeo Fukuda

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By Yuko Shimizu in New Design on Friday 6 February 2009

Japan’s graphic design master Shigeo Fukuda passed away last month. Fukuda created thousands of optical illusion posters — and some installations — that are so simple, clever and memorable and kept wowing the world for nearly fifty years. Rest in peace.

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Shepard Fairey limited edition poster

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By Zolton in New Prizes on Tuesday 3 February 2009

Harley-Davidson has gathered 11 of today’s most exciting artists to present their take on the theme of rebellion for a February 7 event at Santa Monica’s Robert Berman Gallery. We have a limited-edition Shepard Fairey poster to give away to a new Lost At E Minor subscriber. To be in with a chance of winning, […]

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