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/
Zaven Najjar is a graphic and motion designer from France who loves Rap & Hip Hop. He is dedicated to creating one rap poster a day and I selected a few so we can take a look at and get some inspiration from. Enjoy! For more Rap Posters visit rapposters.tumblr.com or visit zavennajjar.carbonmade.com.
A few months back, we've featured a beautiful set of TV Show Posters By Adam Spizak and now Adam is back with Game of Thrones! Presented by Funkrush, this is the first round of three posters of the very popular Game of Thrones Series. 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 Game of Thrones 'Fire and Blood' Poster All Rights to Adam Spizak & Funkrush All Rights to Adam Spizak & Funkrush Game of Thrones 'Hear me Roar' Poster All Rights to Adam Spizak & Funkrush All Rights to Adam Spizak & Funkrush Game of Thrones 'Winter is coming' Poster All Rights to Adam Spizak & Funkrush All Rights to Adam Spizak & Funkrush Game of Thrones Poster Collection All Rights to Adam Spizak & Funkrush Limited Discount Code For a limited time, use 'ABDUZEEDO' at checkout will get you 15% off anything in the store! To shop: http://www.funkrush.com Giveaway Funkrush has been kind enough to giveaway one entire set by Adam Spizak on Funkrush. To participate is very simple, just leave a comment in the comment box below with a valid email so we can contact you. 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
The title of this project says it all, "A lonely god". The inspiration behind these illustrations created by Cosmosnail is to show super heroes alone doing something related with their super powers. We see Superman flying out in space, there's Batman lonely checking his computer system and others like Ironman, Spider-man and Wolverine. "Even with super power we are all alone" is a minimalist set of illustrations created by Belhoula Amir, also known as Cosmosnail, an illustrator and character design from Lyon, France. For more information visit http://www.behance.net/cosmosnail
These posters were designed by graphic designer Mike Joyce inspired by his love of punk rock and swiss modernism. Mike redesigned many rock show flyers into international style posters. Each design is set in lowercase berthold akzidenz-grotesk medium (not helvetica). Every single one of these shows actually happened. To view the entire poster collection visit Swissted.com. The International Typographic Style, also known as the Swiss Style, is a graphic design style developed in Switzerland in the 1950s that emphasizes cleanliness, readability and objectivity. Hallmarks of the style are asymmetric layouts, use of a grid, sans-serif typefaces like Akzidenz Grotesk, and flush left, ragged right text. The style is also associated with a preference for photography in place of illustrations or drawings. Many of the early International Typographic Style works featured typography as a primary design element in addition to its use in text, and it is for this that the style is named. To view the entire poster collection visit Swissted.com.
During March 2013, Salon91 Gallery celebrated design and typography with ‘Back in 5 minutes’ an exhibition featuring an award winning set of local designers, typographers and illustrators, including Ben Johnston, Clinton Campbell of Studio Muti, Clement de Bruin, Justin Southey, & Dani Loureiro. Each artist has approached the discipline of typography in a fresh & unique style, playing with scale, materials, surface quality, form, color, dimensionality & of course, words. When I saw this project on Behance I was blown away by the quality and the amount of details of some of the artworks. It's pure inspiration and now I want to try something similar to improve my rusty type skills. Video 'Back in 5 Minutes' - An Exhibition of Typography from Nicholas James on Vimeo.
The great majority of designers love a good typographic poster, right? I mean, how not to love fantastic types displayed in an awesome way? That's enough reason to love this art. Here are some examples of posters with awesome typography! Almost every single one of them is music related. I must say that some bands really love to have their gig posters done by talented people with good taste for design. These are a proof for that. These were done by some really talented designers. For more of their work you should visit their portfolios simply by clicking each image. I hope you enjoy these... and don't forget to share with us your own posters! Cheers. ;)
Wednesday is my favorite day of the week to watch movies, so I thought it would be a good idea to share with you guys something to get you craving a good movie: illustrated movie posters! Ive (Ïve) Bastrash, a Canadian illustrator was really inspired by some classic movies, like Aliens, Blade Runner and Raiders of the Lost Art, and he came up with fantastic illustrated posters for these movies. I must say that he should definitely come up with more of these! There are so many great movies out there for him to illustrate... he should definitely keep these going. For more of his work, please, visit his DeviantART portfolio! I'm sure he'll enjoy your visits. Cheers! ;) Bonus
The book suggestion of the week is about poster, more specifically, gig posters as its title is called. Gig Posters Volume I is a great collection of poster of all sorts of styles. The Rock, Pop, Hip-Hop, Dance, Folk, Metal, Electronic, Indie Music Spectacular. Here are more than 700 extraordinary posters from the archives of GigPosters.com—the Internet’s premier destination for concert poster art. With the rising popularity of MP3 files and streaming digital music—and the near-extinction of traditional album art—concert posters have become the most important visual representation of contemporary music. About the book Gig Posters Volume I celebrates this dynamic medium with contributions from 101 top designers—including Rob Jones of Animal Rummy, Steve Walters, Jay Ryan, Gary Houston, Aesthetic Apparatus, Patent Pending Industries, and many more. Throughout the book, their voices offer fascinating commentary and behind-the-scenes information about the creation of gig posters. Readers will also discover 101 perforated and ready-to-frame posters promoting today’s most innovative and original bands—including Radiohead, the White Stripes, Modest Mouse, Girl Talk, Queens of the Stone Age, Wilco, and many, many more. Complete with an introduction by founder and curator Clay Hayes, Gig Posters Volume I celebrates the most talented designers, artists, bands, and performers of the twenty-first century. Buy Now
Ken Taylor is an illustrator and designer based in Melbourne Australia. He primarily works with the music industry so he designed for many Australian bands but he also did some movie posters and let me tell you they are just gorgeous and so detailed. Here's a set of some of his mixed gigs, hope you will get inspired! For more information about Ken Taylor, you can visit KenTaylor.com.au.
Many of you remember the Word Project by Jim LePage, featured here some time ago, when we gave away some of his project posters. Jim is back in another great project, now in Biblical Proportions. Jim, along with Troy DeShano just launched a new collaborative Bible design project called Old & New. They have an amazing roster of international illustrators, artists and designers from all different faith perspectives contributing biblical artwork for this project, and proceeds from print sales will go to Blood:Water Mission providing clean water in Lwala, Kenya, and that's amazing. Old & New provides a platform for contemporary graphic artists to exhibit works themed on Biblical stories and passages. It also aims to introduce a new online audience to Biblical art, attempting to replace popular, yet sometimes low-quality, contemporary Biblical artwork with the kind of accessible and honorable work that has historically been associated with the Bible. Check out the posters they got so far. Also, you should really check the project site and help out buying some pieces. It's gonna be awesome for everyone to help them out, since this is gonna provide clean water to people in need. I hope you enjoy these! Cheers! ;) God is Love, Love, Love (by Eric Smith) Moses and the Burning Bush (By Chaz Russo) Nehemiah Confronts God (by Lydia Nichols) Revelation (by Adam Grason) Gadite Warriors (by Andrew Lyons) God Creates Woman for Man (by Anne Ulku) Legion of Demons (By Nate Utesch)
The book suggestion of this week is for those out that love posters, I believe everyone. The book is calledWar Posters: Weapons of Mass Communication and as the name says it's all about war posters. It is divided by wars and you can get tons of inspiration from it. This essential publication features a wide selection of the most eye-catching and iconic examples from the internationally renowned poster collection at the Imperial War Museum in London. "A lush catalog… exquisitely conceived and rendered."—The New York Times More than 300 superb full-color illustrations of hard-hitting propaganda and groundbreaking graphic art encompass unforgettable images such as Alfred Leete’s “Your Country Needs You” as well as documentary photographs and additional material drawn from the world of advertising. Through these posters, James Aulich, an international expert on posters and graphic design, examines the social, political, ethnic, and cultural aspirations of America, Britain, Northern Ireland, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Russia, Austria, Hungary, and the Czech Republic. Covering topics as diverse as advertising in World War I, the Bolshevik Revolution, the Spanish Civil War, Germany and Occupied Europe in World War II, anti-nuclear campaigns, and Vietnam, the book is a comprehensive and invaluable resource for anyone interested in graphic design or modern history. 300+ illustrations Buy it now