Two days left to enter 2009’s FAB Awards (Food and Beverage Creative Excellence Awards).
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Helvetica™ typeface, Linotype™ invited designers worldwide to take part in the Helvetica NOW poster design contest.
Do you think it’s a good idea to open the design process up to the public?
With over 2,000 Russian poster designs, this website has plenty to get you inspired.
Included here are some of the flyers I’ve designed for the music industry.
GigPosters.com is a site devoted to showcasing poster designs for the music industry. There’s a lot of underwhelming design in there (to be expected with the vast amount of posters available), but if you take a little time to browse you can find some gems.
For the poster design lovers out there I recommend a tour of this Swiss poster collection. The one above was designed by Ralph Schraivogel, Zürich, in 1994.
One of the sharpest poster design executions I’ve seen. It’s from Lippa Pearce who are now Pentagram partners. Excellent typography mixed with engaging photography.
Posters designed to advertise Screamfest — a Los Angeles independent horror film festival.
Ask the children of smoker parents.
A top example of print advertising.
This print ad for Mexican newspaper – Milenio Diario – caught my attention as a light-hearted piece of work.
The strapline reads, “Such a complex world needs a good explanation”.