Tag: posters

Jun 22, 2015

Artist Imagines Architecture in the Film Style of Famous Directors

Artist Imagines Architecture in the Film Style of Famous Directors

In ARCHIDIRECTOR, Federico Babina designs 27 imaginary houses influenced and reflected by the film style of famous movie directors.

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Jun 17, 2015

Artists are Turning Spam Headlines Into Tabloid Covers and they Look Identical

Artists are Turning Spam Headlines Into Tabloid Covers and they Look Identical

If you have an email address there is a 100% chance that you will receive spam, so these artists decided to have a little fun with it.

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May 16, 2015

Beautiful Illustrations of Words with No English Equivalent

Beautiful Illustrations of Words with No English Equivalent

Artist Marija Tiurina has illustrated a beautiful series of posters that visually describe words from other languages that do not have an English equivalent. The series was created exclusively for NeonMob, a new social network for collecting, trading and selling digital art. Tiurina has an incredible drawing style and I highly recommend you check…

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May 8, 2015

Cancer Survivor Designs “Get Well Soon” Cards That Don’t Suck

Cancer Survivor Designs “Get Well Soon” Cards That Don’t Suck

People can be at a loss for words when someone they know is diagnosed with a serious illness. Typical “get well soon” cards just don’t seem appropriate so many people get nervous about saying the wrong thing and end up saying nothing at all instead. When LA-based graphic designer Emily McDowell was diagnosed with…

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Apr 8, 2015

If Modern Favorites Were on VHS

If Modern Favorites Were on VHS

Artist Julien Knez created a series of nine retro VHS covers for modern television shows and movies including Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones and Guardians of the Galaxy. The covers, which were actually printed and placed into VHS sleeves, were made as part of an April Fools day prank for his blog, where Knez…

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Jan 22, 2015

16 Vintage Movie Theatre Etiquette Posters from 1912

16 Vintage Movie Theatre Etiquette Posters from 1912

The Library of Congress has a fascinating series of vintage movie theatre “etiquette” posters from 1912. At the time, films were silent as movies with sound didn’t become prevalent until the late 1920s. Sadly, a September 2013 report by the United States Library of Congress announced that a total of 70% of American silent…

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Jan 20, 2015

Creative Dad Illustrates All of the Funny Things His Daughter Says

Creative Dad Illustrates All of the Funny Things His Daughter Says

Martin Buckner is an artist and graphic designer based out of Omaha, Nebraska. He’s also the father to an adorable daughter named Harper Grace. Like so many young children, Harper is known to say some pretty funny, random and insightful things. There’s really nothing more fascinating than a child’s mind and how they perceive…

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