One of the reasons I got to design was because of posters, especially movie posters. It was part of my childhood going to the movies and while waiting checking the posters of the upcoming movies. I see a lot of that style for poster design coming back now because the 80s are again very trendy, the new Netflix show Stranger Things is a great example. For this post however, I don't want to talk about that style of poster but my favorite one nowadays, minimalist poster design and Xavier Esclusa Trias has quite a few good ones on his Behance portfolio. Xavier is an art director from Barcelona, Spain and his portfolio is filled with excellent posters, of all sorts of styles. They are quite good, but my favorites were the ones that he played with simple lines and colors to produce quite beautiful examples. They are heavily Swiss style or International Style inspired, that's the reason I love them and the reason I am sharing some of them here with you on this post. The International Typographic Style, also known as the Swiss Style, is a graphic design style that emerged in Russia, the Netherlands and Germany in the 1920s, and was made famous as it was developed by designers in Switzerland during the 1950s... It emphasizes cleanliness, readability and objectivity... - Wikipedia Minimalist Poster Design examples About Xavier Esclusa Educated in Barcelona as a Graphic Designer, Photographer, Community Manager and Multimedia Artist. Has worked in Ibiza and Brazil in different advertising agencies, and studies of graphic design. At this moment he is established in Vic (Barcelona), works as an Art director of http://www.twopots-design.com, his own company, where he enjoys creating for his clients.
British Academy of Film and Television Arts produced 5 posters for the nominees in the best film category of 2016. These posters were designed by Hungarian designer Levete Szabó which came up with a really nice double meaning design for these posters. Check them out! For more from Levete Szabó visit briskgraphics.com. Making of
Posters are always a great outlet for designers giving us a canvas with fixed dimensions to explore different ideas, styles and forms. The purpose, of course ,is communication. Fabian Fohrer explores some really cool ideas on a series of black and white posters for a college project. I love how simple and bold some of them are, especially with the usage of just black and white. This is a selection of b/w posters arose the last year. Some are the result of university projects, some are personal works. All KD—Lounge posters (4/7/8/9/12) use our Moderat typeface. Fabian Fohrer is a graphic design student based in Constance, Germany, with a passion for branding, graphic design and typography. For more information check out http://www.fabianfohrer.com/
2015 has been a great year so far for cinephiles everywhere, but there are still some great movies to come that will be the icing of this delicious cake. One of the greatest assets of a movie is its promotional poster. A great movie might have a horrible poster, and the opposite may be true: a horrible movie might have a great poster. So I thought it would be interesting to take a closer look at some of the coolest movie posters from 2015. I know some of these are not official posters, but fan-made, but some are so good that I've made some exceptions. Tell us, have you seen many movie posters these years? What's your favorite? What posters you'd've wanted to see here? I'm a big fan of the Martian's and Star Wars' posters! I hope you enjoy this selection. Also, for nearly every poster released this year, visit IMP Awards! Cheers! ;)
Dan Matutina strikes again with another awesome project where he illustrates for the Qualcomm Posters of the FIA Formula E Championship 2014-2015. The design direction was to use the country’s flag as the starting point for each poster. The flag elements are present in every layout without being too obvious. For more from Dan Matutina visit twistedfork.me and .behance.net/twistedfork.
We've seen some great artists here along the years, and from time to time we get to find an artist that really shines. Graphic design is no easy game, even more when you're promoting something. Alexandra Turban, a German designer has a super sweet set of posters. Here you can see a bunch of her pieces. I really love these because they're so fresh and super beautiful. If I ever see a poster like these in the streets it would definitely have my attention and appreciation. For more of these, please visit her portfolio at Behance! I hope you enjoy these as much as I did! Cheers! ;)
In this post you wills see an amazing poster collection by Quim Marin, a designer from Barcelona, Spain. His style is really simple, using shapes, colors, and typography these posters come to life with a really strong message. Enjoy! For more from Quim Marin visit quimmarin.com, and behance.net/quimmarin. In such a visually polluted environment I try to come up with fresh and memorable designs with a clear aim at essential beauty and equilibrium that, at the same time, will ensure communicative effectiveness.
In the digital world that we live in today, it's refreshing to see some original screen printed design. This awesome collection collection of screen printed posters created by British designer Bobby Evans. Enjoy! For more from Bobby Evans visit behance.net/telegramme.
I find really great when an artist does super nice pieces based on movies. Sometimes we get to see alternative movie posters that, if not equally good to the originals, might actually be better. Kudos for Tracie Ching for doing these. Here you can see some of Tracie's super awesome illustrated movie posters, from some of my all time favorite movies. These are beautiful, but a very brief selection... for more of them, please visit Tracie's personal portfolio. I hope you enjoy these as much as I did! Cheers. ;)
Following our tutorial inspired by the movie Interstellar, today we share some incredible posters created by James Fletcher. I love how the posters capture the atmosphere of the movie, from the color palettes to the beautiful imagery. James is the Associate Creative Director at Dremstateconcepts, he has 10 years of experience working with agencies and entertainment industry, having served as an illustrator, designer, art director and creative director along the way. For more information about him check out the website http://www.dreamstateconcepts.com/
It has been too long since the last time I designed a poster. This afternoon I got into a Pinterest hole and came across so many beautiful artworks. After hours spent combing through content I got that feeling that I had to do something and I now know how my weekend will be spent. So in this post I will share some of the designs that inspired me. Check them out and let us know which one you like the most.
Our friends from Funkrush are releasing their third series of poster by artist Adam Spizak. Popular TV series including Fargo, Hannibal, Homeland and of course House of Cards. Each poster is printed in size A3 (16.5 x 11.7 in) and also printed on 150gsm Silk finish poster print. Funkrush was established in 2007 by Pete Harrison (aeiko) as a clothing company that makes you smile! We want to make you feel like a million bucks.. About Funkrush by Pete Harrison My name is Pete Harrison and i'm a digital artist and designer from the UK, I go by the alias 'Aeiko' which is my online creative identity. Some artists create with pens, others a paint brush, and today many more with a computer, but I am the only artist that renders my images with the deadly, but dazzling coloured illumination of my Jedi lightsaber. Each stroke I summon by the strength of the force smears beautiful streaks of light across my canvas, until the end result is a frame filled with flashes and flares that burst from the depths of a deep black galaxy. I also own and run a clothing label called Funkrush and curate the Desktopography project.About Adam Spizak Adam's work has been featured in: Computer Arts, Advanced Photoshop Magazine, Image FX and many places across the web, he's a Polish designer, currently residing in London, UK. The adventure with computer graphics goes back to 1996/7 with great impression of Amiga's art scene, in 2006 Adam has graduated Computer Science majoring in Computer Graphics and Multimedia. Check out his website at Spizak.com Fargo All Rights to Adam Spizak & Funkrush All Rights to Adam Spizak & Funkrush Hannibal All Rights to Adam Spizak & Funkrush All Rights to Adam Spizak & Funkrush Homeland All Rights to Adam Spizak & Funkrush All Rights to Adam Spizak & Funkrush House of Cards All Rights to Adam Spizak & Funkrush All Rights to Adam Spizak & Funkrush Limited Discount Code For a limited time, use 'ABDUZEEDO' at checkout will get you 10% off anything in the store! To shop: http://www.funkrush.com Links: More info about Funkrush: http://www.funkrush.com More info about Pete Harrison: http://www.peteharrison.com More info about Adam Spizak: http://www.spizak.com
Godzilla 2014 will be released in a little more than a month now and we are so pumped for this new movie of the King of Lizards that I thought it would be awesome to show you guys some Godzilla history. This year's Godzilla has got some super nice posters as well fan-made ones! Here's a set of every Godzilla poster ever made (official ones) and some of the coolest fan-made ones you'll find out there. For more movie posters, visit IMP Awards! They got tons of movie posters there. Also, let us know which one is your favorite! I hope you like it. Cheers. ;) Godzilla, King of the Monsters! (1956) King Kong vs. Godzilla (1963) Godzilla vs. the Thing (1964) Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster (1972) Godzilla vs. Bionic Monster (1977) Godzilla vs. Bionic Monster (1977) Godzilla: 1985 (1985) Godzilla (1998) Godzilla 2000 (2000) Gojira: Fainaru uôzu (aka Godzilla: Final Wars) (2004) Godzilla (2014) Fan-made for Godzilla (2014)
We have seen a lot of movie related poster series lately, but certainly Federico Babina's series Archicine has a great take on the matter. Federico is a Barcelona-based illustrator and architect that created this amazing mix of architecture and cinema, showing his view of iconic buildings from movies we know. We will show you some of the 17 posters from the series here, to check all of them visit federicobabina.com/ARCHICINE. Federico also created a series called Archipixel where he turned famous architects into 8-bit characters, so make sure to check all the cool stuff he has over federicobabina.com. Enjoy!
Brazilian illustrator Frederico Birchal created this really cool project to bring back some of the most epic musicians and their favorite costumes to walk on stage. From Beatles to Daft Punk and everything in between. Check it out! For more from Frederico Birchal visit behance.net/fredbirchal.
With the final season of the infamous and popular TV Series Breaking Bad, we’ve been seeing a lot of fan art around different platforms celebrating the incredible end of the series. Our friend Shelby White, a visual designer and the Founder of Designspiration.net decided to give his own take and created two beautiful posters. Hope you will like them! In Shelby’s Words For the final episode of AMC’s Breaking Bad show, I created these two posters of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul). If you’ve seen the show you’d immediately recognize the blue as a representation of Walter’s high-purity methamphetamine. Without spoiling the show, you’ll notice there is more blue crystal on Pinkman’s face than there is on Walt’s. In that lies the concept of these posters. The posters were created for fun using only a few images. All Rights to Shelby White All Rights to Shelby White Process All Rights to Shelby White All Rights to Shelby White All Rights to Shelby White Links More info about Shelby White: http://blog.wanken.com Follow Shelby White on Behance: http://www.behance.net/shelbywhite Follow Shelby on Twitter: https://twitter.com/shelbywhite
Today we are featuring some beautiful posters that Mash Creative has designed since 2009. Mash Creative is an independent design studio based in East London/Essex. They work on creative projects that include identity & branding, print media and web design. In a short space of time they have acquired a reputation for producing innovative and effective graphic design that is engaging, clear and relevant. For more information about Mash Creative visit http://www.mashcreative.co.uk/