To promote…er…celebrate the DVD release of UP, Disney released these dope ass old-school posters. That you can buy for $145 if you search hard enough. Instead, torrent the movie and print these out from BuzzFeed. <Cough, cough>
Our working environments can often make or break our inspiration, so it’s always good to surround yourself with great design. Luckily some talented designers out there have designed great graphic design themed posters! PSDfan has rounded up 21 of his all time favorites to inspire you in your work today.
Adhering to the maxim “less is more”, Exergian has created some interesting minimalist posters for some popular TV shows, for all his fellow nerds out there.
During the 1920s, the Chicago Rapid Transit Company commissioned the city’s finest graphic artists to produce advertising posters that encouraged Chicagoans to use rapid transit for more than commuting to work. ColourLovers presents a collection of these posters, and include colour palettes to match them.
Creating a well designed typography poster is no easy task, and takes time and patience. When a poster focuses only on typography as its main element, the designer has to carefully craft his design to make sure that the type is both legible and artistic at the same time. In this compilation at WebDesignerDepot, you will see typography posters created by designers from all over the world.
Movies are a huge source of great poster designs, it’s been the case for quite a while now. The following collection at DesignerDaily gives you an overview of good vintage poster designs.
How about virtual tour around the world to start off the week? GrainEdit has dug up a handful of travel related posters from 1950s -1970s for all the desk jockeys that are itching to get out of town. Enjoy!
Alan Clarke has come to believe in clear, considered, communication solutions, simplicity and great ideas. His thinking behind these posters was to convey the movement and energy of the games, in a simple yet abstract way.
Amanda at Abduzeedo can’t even keep count of how many times she’s posted about posters before (haha, that sounds weird…) but she really never get sick of seeing new stuff! Last night she was cruising through ffffound for the first time in a long time, and found some sweet new posters practically just asking to be featured in a post! She had to do it! Sorry folks, here goes another one.