Graphic designer from Buenos Aires, Angello Torres, envisioned a series of dreamy, scattered posters. Focusing on neat typography, the works illustrate films, art events or depict loose thoughts and ideas.
‘A Movie Poster a Day’ is a project by Pete Majarich, reinterpreting artworks that promote some of our favourite films, such as ‘The Graduate’, ‘Inception’ or ‘Lost in Translation’.
One of our most share Pinterest article was from Barcelona designerQuim Marin Minimalist posters series (more than 60K pins!) – Still with his very own Swiss minimalist style, Marin’s latest poster series is always on part with today graphic design trends.
Posterzine is a publication where a poster meets a magazine. Founded by Marcroy Smith, the zin is published monthly in a form of a monograph that unfolds into an A1 poster.
Riccardo Vicentelli’s ‘Leaf Morphology’ project dissects natural shapes and zooms on their beautiful arrangements. From clover to maple tree leaves, each
Inspired by torn posters covering New York streets and subways, Aaron Robbs and Alex Proba’s mural artwork is also a beautiful reference to the lacerated poster design artistic movement, launched by Jacques Villeglé in the early 1950s.
Italian illustrator Federico Babina new poster series Architale are architectural illustrations of homes owned by famous fairytales characters such as Pinocchio, Aladdin, Alice in Wonderland, The Sleeping Beauty or Snow White. www.federicobabina.com