Beautiful alternate posters for Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan (2010) by LaBoca. Looks like these were for promo only and not available for purchase, shame.
Photos by Insect54
Excellent gig posters by Alvin Diec. That St. Vincent one takes the cake for me. Wish he was selling prints of those.
Also, all you freelancers out there should check out the Paul Rand quote Alvin has under the “process” section of his site. That should be at the bottom of every work agreement.
via Grain Edit
Ogilvy Paris turned out some nice looking posters for IBM’s Smarter Planet campaign. Some dicussion of the fonts and more posters over at Fonts In Use.
Some selections from Cuban Poster Blog.
The winners in the Tycho poster + ticket giveaway (for Tycho live in SF 4/7) are in. I decided to add another winner and give everyone posters so there were a total of five posters and six tickets up for grabs. So without further adieu, the winners are:
Congrats to the winners, you should be receiving an email with details soon. Please get in touch (talk [at] iso50 [dot] com) if you don’t hear anything within the next few hours. Thanks to everyone for entering, hope to see you Thursday night here in San Francisco.
Note: Winners chosen using Reasearch Randomizer based on comment number.
Fire up your Epsons, the Dutch site Memory of the Netherlands has an extensive high-res archive of Wim Crouwell’s work up for your downloading pleasure. All the recognizable classics are in there along with a lot of stuff I’d never seen before. I didn’t know it was possible but I now have even more respect for one of the true masters of graphic design.
That top one is incredible, I’m going to Genuine Fractal that immediately tomorrow and try to get a solid print out of it. On a side note, my friend tried to translate and said it spells out “olanda” so we’re thinking it says “Holland”. Can anyone confirm this?
Came across these interesting variations of the great Josef Muller Brockmann’s Beethoven poster and was pleased to see the alternate use of negative space. These variations were created during a 100 day workshop by Jessica Svendsen—see more versions here.