Is a juried poster competition.
Is an Anti-GMO activist poster source.
Is a clearinghouse for the..
On October 4th in Paris, the live jury took place and PosterForTomorrow announced the Top winning posters!
Theme of the contest this year..
The Art of Sandwiches : More Than Your Average Sandwich.
by Jeremy Duff & Gabrielle Santos
Take a bite out of these delicious posters..
POGO is an exhibition inspired by the Medellin’s hardcore punk scene between 2002 and 2005 approx. The posters have been designed by..
Giulia Pex and Luca Broglia, are the creators of this project, called Oceanographies. Giulia and Luca transposed abyss creatures in the..
“Since I started this blog in 2010, I have featured more than 800 artists from around the world”…
The following interview was recently..
Artist Andrew Lewis talks at the Creative Mornings Guadalajara at the beautiful campus of ITESO University where he was teaching that..
Paint Jamaica project with the first milestone recently completed at 41 Fleet St, Kingston, Jamaica, that has now become the biggest..
Over 75 years after the government first commissioned posters to showcase the country’s most stunning natural features under the banner:..
“World-Cup Ups and Downs” is a project designed by designers Monzer Oraby and Mohanad Oraby who are based in Cairo, Egypt.
A fantastic selection of vintage Japanese posters presenting political, social and environmental messages. It is remarkable how we still..
Poster above by Michael Thompson (poster from 2010, but still valid!)
There is no surgical war when innocent men, women and children,..
The animated Party Posters is a branding solution designed by Italian designer Martín Saracco. Can you imagine those animated posters..
“Album Anatomy” is an exploration in the art of minimalism. By the use of a strict grid, Duane Dalton breaks down the album imagery which..
100 Hoopties is a design challenge project where every day for one hundred days starting April 7th, 2014 and ending on July 15th, 2014 –..
Fantome is a British Graphic Artist who grew up on a visual diet of 80’s Films and TV, sticker graphics, colouring in books, and Pop Art...