Amazing Poster Designs by Richard Perez
Mon, 04/12/2010 - 10:57
Richard Perez is a graphic designer and illustrator located in San Francisco originally hailing from the suburbs of LA. His love for graphic design started through old album covers and film posters and developing a passion to make stuff as a youngster. Now he makes designs of his own like this great selection of posters you about to see.If you want more information about his work, are interested in working together, collaborating or just want to strike up some random conversation, he can be reached at info(at)skinnyships.com or visit skinnyships.com
Death Cab For Cutie
18 x 24 in, three color screen-print
Gig poster for Death Cab For Cutie's concert at UC Berkeley during their summer 2009 tour with Andrew Bird and Ra Ra Riot.
2001: A Space Odyssey
13 x 19 in, two color screen-print
Typographic poster for Stanley Kubrick's science fiction masterpiece. The famous quote is not included in the final version of the film but appears in Arthur C. Clakre's original book. The em dash that breaks the phrase represents the ever present monolith. The poster is set in Futura Extra Bold, (Kubrick's typeface of choice) and printed with glow in the dark ink, so the star field only becomes visual in the darkness of space.
Bust this Freestyle
Set of 12 x 18 in, two color screen-prints
Set of 13, 11 x 17 in
Create a poster a week that visually communicates a word for that week. At the end of thirteen weeks collect the series into a self-promotional package.
An exploration into the context, interpretations and narratives that we associate with words; the series of posters cover a wide range both stylistically and how they communicate each word. While some are simple visual interpretations (i.e. a swan for "elegance") others are more indirect in their interpretation and have a more lengthy back story (i.e. the poster for "strive," a photograph my broken arm in a cast and the date it broke, as metaphor for striving during trying situations.)
11 x 17
Series of typographic posters inspired by seminal post punk, New Wave and electronic 45rpm releases of the 70s and 80s.
Hope Over Fear
11 x 18 in, two color screenprint
Poster submission for designersforobama.org
"We are choosing hope over fear. We are choosing unity over division and sending a powerful message that change is coming to America"
Barack Obama - Jan 3, 2008
12 x 18 in, two color screen-print
Unused gig poster for The Shins; two colors with concert information on removable sticker.
18 x 24 in, one color screen-print
Designed to raise awareness about sustainable product design, the mailable The End poster features a typographic mishmash of discarded products on one side and a narrative on how our use and misuse of products is contributing to excessive landfill.
13 x 19 in
Poster created for fictitious alcoholic beverage Mon Compagnon, roughly translated "my companion." Styled after the work of European poster artists of the 20s and 30s.
Things I Like No.2456
11 x 14 in, five color screen-print
Self-promotional poster of some of my favorite things, five colors with hand stamped number.