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Graphic-Design
Design

A Look Back: 40 Graphic Design Posters from the 1920s

They didn’t call the 1920’s “roaring” for nothing. It was an era of changes, with people taking daring leaps towards the future. In terms of design, let’s remember that they didn’t have the same tools that we now have. But somehow, this fact did not stop the designers back then to come up with amazing…

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An Insight into History: 30 Creative Propaganda Posters

Throughout history, there have been a number of tactics employed by governments to sway public opinion. Some of their favorite tools included propaganda radio and TV broadcasts but perhaps the most amazing way they managed to circulate propaganda is by way of posters. Looking back, propaganda posters have been used in different periods by different…

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Typography

40 Sexy Typography Posters to Stimulate Your Creativity

In this time and age when wall designs and table knick-knacks are used to produce Instagram-worthy photos, typography and hand-lettered designs are more popular than ever. Every now and then you look for a quote online to express what you feel and save the best one – usually written in intricately-designed letters in eye-catching colors…

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30 Cool Vintage Travel Posters

The words "retro" and "vintage" are making another timely appearance in the art world. To be retro means to be derivative of past influences. Retro art and design are typically inspired by nostalgia for trends, fashions or styles of the recent past. Vintage generally refers to developments within the last fifteen to twenty years, or…

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Illustrations

Bandopoly: What if Music Bands Had Icons?

Bandopoly is a creative side project by Mark Szulyovszky. This fun spin on band posters focuses on illustrating famous band by only using icons. Originally, Mark came up with this idea while working on an icon only app which teaches users a foreign language. One night he started to entertain himself by combining unrelated icons. This exercise led him…

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Illustrations

99 Steps of Progress by Maentis

Maentis is a collective of artists from Paris specialized in graphic design, illustration, and street art. Their main sources of inspiration are anthropology, environment, and the imaginary/fantasy world. Their satirical project titled "99 Steps of Progress" demonstrates different ideas/concepts about evolution. While most of the following posters are parodying the famous “March of Progress” (that drawing synthesizing…

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Minimal One Line Prints by Quibe

There seems to be a strong growing trend of minimal film, television, music, culture, and art posters. French artist Christophe Louis, aka Quibe, created these beautiful One Line prints. Quibe used one continuous line that covers every crucial detail before gradually fading out. Every single poster depicts an iconic character or person in an interesting way. Each print is available for purchase…

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