ISO50 OFFF-AP Print Now Available

Posted by Scott

There’s a new print now available at The ISO50 Shop. This is the poster I created for the 2007 OFFF Festival in Barcelona. A small number of full size posters were originally printed to support the event (the rest were handbills) so there aren’t many floating around (if any).

If you’ve ever been to the after party for OFFF you’ll know it’s always a pretty amazing event; lots of audio visual input going on. I tried to capture that vibe with this poster, making a foray into a color spectrum I rarely use. Given that the event was more of a party than a live show I felt a little more free to pursue a different vibe than usual. If you’re wondering, the fonts are mostly from the Chalet Family with some Trade Gothic thrown in for good measure. Get one at the shop for a closer look.

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Mark says:

August 4, 2008 at 10:51 am

Love the poster, great type work.
Wish you could do a post on your most used fonts or some typography tips.
Cheers mate.


Brian says:

August 4, 2008 at 1:59 pm

Amazing festival…amazing poster! It really captures the feeling of OFFF. It’s so alluring to the eye and really entices the viewer to go. Awesome use of type as always.


NAVIS says:

August 4, 2008 at 3:34 pm

You sir. Make good design look easy.

I’m curious, when you first start designing something – do you sketch it out on paper at all? Or do you know the basics of what you want and just tweak and design as you create?


Jerry says:

October 15, 2008 at 12:44 pm

Hi Scott, I just pre-ordered my tickets for OFFF 2009 and I’m excited already. Will we have the pleasure of seeing you there?