Ok, you know how I’ve been posting about gigposters once a week for three or four weeks now? I now have, on my computer, under my clamy little hands, a new poster website. AND, shock & awe… they only feature the good ones. I can’t tell you how many really really really bad posters I’ve had to look through to pick out the good ones I post about. Oh man, it’s hours of my life, gone…
He’s been a busy dude. This is just a small sampling of the 169 posters on the website. I think his latest work is the best, but it might be worth it to go through his collection starting at the end and working forward just so that you can see his vision develop.
All four posters are great. I like the Bonnie Prince Billy one because there’s some crazy shape-action going on. I can’t tell whether the shape is a reclining woman or not… I’d like to think it is, maybe. My brain is trying desperately to define that shape… which might be a detractor in the end.
There’s only two posters, but I loved both of them.
There are some interesting perspectives going on in these posters, it’s definitely worth checking out how they incorporate type into some of their designs.
I really like these chunky illustrations he’s doing in a few of his posters and the color palette is nice. I’d like to hear this band, wouldn’t you?
I like the color palette she uses, it gives her posters some unity.
He only has one poster, but it’s a doozy! I love how he’s using line and type. It’s clear and beautiful.
With a name like that, how could you NOT make great posters? I picked this one because the band name was clearest however I like all of hers and now I think this one is probably my least favorite of hers…
I really like how he’s divided this poster into section and tells a little story. Totally unique from anything I’ve seen so far.