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Nick Barclay’s Abstract Movie Posters: The graphic designer breaks down classic movies into simple circles

Nick Barclay's Abstract Movie Posters

Sydney-based art director Nick Barclay branches outside his traditional covers and spreads for international magazines and political campaigns for something a little more playful. In his latest endeavor, the designer has re-imagined classic film……

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10 awesome posters by Gabz

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Gabz is a known graphic designer, artist and illustrator who graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań with a Master’s degree in Graphic Arts and Drawing. Gabz is always aimed at keeping his work attractive, fascinating and captivating in terms of technique, colors and concept. The below given 10 awesome posters clearly justify […]

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Vintage-inspired travel posters by NASA for exoplanets

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NASA recently released a series of vintage-styled posters that promote some of the most famous exoplanets. Exoplanets are planets that orbit around other planets, outside of the solar system, and stay in a potentially habitable zone. Are those posters a glimpse into the future? We will probably not know it… but I hope it is.

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Adidas City Series – An Original Series of Retro ‘Three Stripe’ Cityscape Posters


London-based illustrator and animator Marcus Reed clearly has a love affair with 1970s retro-style Adidas trainers. Mind you, who doesn’t it?

He has created an original series of vintage posters that seamlessly incorporate the iconic adidas three stripes mark in to illustrations of famous landmarks of some of the biggest European cities. The dominant colors of the posters have also been chosen as they reflect the original colors of the trainers. The series is simple called called Adidas City Series.

You’ll love these posters…

Adidas City Series by Marcus Reed

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series Amsterdam
Amsterdam

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series Athens
Athens

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series Berlin
Berlin

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series Bern
Bern

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series Brussels
Brussels

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series Dublin
Dublin

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series Frankfurt
Frankfurt

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series Kopenhagen
Kopenhagen

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series London
London

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series Madrid
Madrid

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series Malmo
Malmo

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series Manchester
Manchester

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series Milano
Milano

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series München
München

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series Napoli
Napoli

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series Oslo
Oslo

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series Paris
Paris

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series Stockholm
Stockholm

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series Ulm
Ulm

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series Valencia
Valencia

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series Zurich
Zurich

Marcus Reed Prints Adidas City Series Vienna
Vienna


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Cult Classic Action Movie Posters by Joshua Ariza: The graphic designer adds some Mexican flavor to much-loved action flicks of the ’80s and ’90s

Cult Classic Action Movie Posters by Joshua Ariza

by Kohl Crecelius

The best artists are those that create for the sake of creating. And, while Joshua Ariza’s client list includes the likes of Nike and Red Bull, he has a history of side projects that are attractive, relevant and sometimes downright……

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Rare, Obscure and Framed: Re-Issue Posters: Sourced from design archives and museums around the world, diverse and brilliant prints for the home or office

Rare, Obscure and Framed: Re-Issue Posters

Mass-produced prints add as much to a space as a tiny sprig of parsley atop an entree—sure it adds some color, but it’s far from memorable or meaningful. Ditch the cookie-cutter dorm room pop-art prints in favor of something truly unique from Re……

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Paper Collective Prints and Posters: A webstore that nods to Denmark’s design heritage and donates at least 15% of profits to charity

Paper Collective Prints and Posters

Denmark has long had a reputation for good design; the country has created beautiful, functional furniture and homeware for decades. New Danish webshop Paper Collective, founded in 2013, proves that it also has a number of contemporary graphic designers……

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The best movie posters of 2014

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The Fubiz team made a selection of the best movie posters of 2014. The selection of 50 posters includes movie that were in theaters in 2014 as well as movies that will come out in 2015.

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These posters celebrate a sans serif love affair

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32 Posters That Debunk Common UX Misconceptions


You may have heard of UX Myths from user-experience designer Zoltán Gócza. It’s basically a collection of 32 (now up to 33!) common web design user experience misconceptions that are systematically debunked using detailed data, deeply researched facts, and backed up and validated by quotes and resources from some well-known UX experts. We’re huge fans of the site and you should really check out if you haven’t already done so.

Anyway, Italian designer Alessandro Giammaria, from design agency That’s Com, is also a huge fan of UX Myths, and has created a beautiful collection of typographical posters that represent each and everyone of the myths. And the best thing of all? You can freely download all of them here. Before you download the posters you might like to have a look at all of them below.

The UX Myths Poster Series from Alessandro Giammaria

Myth 32: Success happens overnight

Myth 32: Success happens overnight

Myth 31: UX design is a step in a project

Myth 31: UX design is a step in a project

Myth 30: If you are an expert, you don’t need to test your design

Myth 30: If you are an expert, you don’t need to test your design

Myth 29: People are rational

Myth 29: People are rational

Myth 28: White space is wasted space

Myth 28: White space is wasted space

Myth 27: UX design is about usability

Myth 27: UX design is about usability

Myth 26: Usability testing = focus groups

Myth 26: Usability testing = focus groups

Myth 25: Aesthetics are not important if you have good usability

Myth 25: Aesthetics are not important if you have good usability

Myth 24: People always use your product the way you imagined they would

Myth 24: People always use your product the way you imagined they would

Myth 23: Choices should always be limited to 7+/-2

Myth 23: Choices should always be limited to 7+/-2

Myth 22: Usability testing is expensive

Myth 22: Usability testing is expensive

Myth 21: People can tell you what they want

Myth 21: People can tell you what they want

Myth 20: If it works for Amazon, it will work for you

Myth 20: If it works for Amazon, it will work for you

Myth 19: You don’t need the content to design a website

Myth 19: You don't need the content to design a website

Myth 18: Flash is evil

Myth 18: Flash is evil

Myth 17: The homepage is your most important page

Myth 17: The homepage is your most important page

Myth 16: Search will solve a website’s navigation problems

Myth 16: Search will solve a website's navigation problems

Myth 15: Users make optimal choices

Myth 15: Users make optimal choices

Myth 14: You are like your users

Myth 14: You are like your users

Myth 13: Icons enhance usability

Myth 13: Icons enhance usability

Myth 12: More choices and features result in higher satisfaction

Myth 12: More choices and features result in higher satisfaction

Myth 11: You need to redesign your website periodically

Myth 11: You need to redesign your website periodically

Myth 10: If your design is good, small details don’t matter

Myth 10: If your design is good, small details don't matter

Myth 9: Design has to be original

Myth 9: Design has to be original

Myth 8: Stock photos improve the users’ experience

Myth 8: Stock photos improve the users' experience

Myth 7: Graphics will make a page element more visible

Myth 7: Graphics will make a page element more visible

Myth 6: Accessible sites are ugly

Myth 6: Accessible sites are ugly

Myth 5: Accessibility is expensive and difficult

yth 5: Accessibility is expensive and difficult

Myth 4: Design is about making a website look good

Myth 4: Design is about making a website look good

Myth 3: People don’t scroll

Myth 3: People don't scroll

Myth 2: All pages should be accessible in 3 clicks

Myth 2: All pages should be accessible in 3 clicks

Myth 1: People read on the web

Myth 1: People read on the web

The UX Myths Cover Poster

The UX Myths Cover Poster


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