Jean Jullien's online portfolio: Allo? "Allo?" is my first solo show in London, at Kemistry gallery Intrigued by everyday life and human interaction, Allo? explores our social and asocial behaviours, the relationship between people and how we communicate with one another. Looking at day to day life, smart phones, social behaviour and funny incidents, Allo? shows some everyday observations that you can relate to and laugh at, as well as some sad but true stories that we all witness everyday. kemistrygallery.co.uk
Minimalist Posters Of Disney Films We’ve previously seen minimalist posters of Pixar and famous Hollywood movies. This time round, Liverpool-based graphic designer and artist Rowan Stocks-Moore has rendered Disney films the minimalist feel with his latest series of posters. Taking on classic Disney titles like Snow White and The Seven Dwarves, Pinocchio, The Little Mermaid, The Lion King and many others, his posters feature strong silhouttes and iconic graphics.
From Athens to London – Olympic Summer Games Posters from 1896 to 2012 The 2012 Summer Olympic Games will begin tomorrow, on July 27th in London, United Kingdom. I thought it would be interesting to see how the design trends in Olympic posters have changed during the years. In this article you will find every official poster of the Summer Olympic Games from 1896 to 2012. Let the games begin!
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Here is a selection of old Japanese posters featuring political, social and environmental messages. Sheltered Weaklings (Takashi Kono, 1953) [+] Anti-pollution poster (Kenji Ito, 1973) Against the introduction of nuclear weapons into Japan (Kinkichi Takahashi, 1960s) Vintage political posters
About the author Hi, my name is Houke de Kwant. I'm a 24 year old communication & multimedia design graduate from the Netherlands and I'm the creator of Daily Inspiration, which I started as a school project a few years ago. I am currently working as a frond-end developer at Ivaldi, an internet agency in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. If you want to know more about the things I work on, other than this website, take a look at their portfolio, or feel free to connect with me via Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ or visit my portfolio website. Think Invisible - Posters That Will Make You Think
Amazing Soviet Propaganda Posters: Stalin And WWII Era “Keep your mouth shut!” By Nina Vatolina, 1941 One of the most famous posters of WWII, this poster was created by Nina Vatolina to showcase the danger of gossiping. Written by Soviet poet Samuil Marshak, the featured verse translates to:
In the 1930s, a new style of poster emerged that reflected the growing significance of the masses in Japanese society. These artistic posters borrowed elements from Western design and often incorporated bold slogans with political, economic and educational themes. Here are a few examples. Health Exercises for the People (Bureau of Postal Insurance, 1930) Proletarian posters from 1930s Japan
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Banks and governments own all the money and power thus controlling society and they will do absolutely anything to keep it that way, To top it off we are now paying off there huge debt again, as planned -not a mistake. To be honest I have very little hope for society especially when people are trying to do something about this whether it the right way or not but still trying, only to be met with total denial from all sides. As history has has told us, people only do something when its all or nearly too late and we are close to that point and even have an opportunity that will soon be gone. I consider the polar bear already extinct and in some ways I don’t think people even deserve the polar bear. Anyone that claims to feel bad about it when the bear is truly gone can stick it, because we had our chance but we have already decided financial gain for people who already have most the money is the best option. The Propaganda Posters of the 1%
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Ghostbuster, Mario, les Goonies… – 24 excellents posters retro de Strongstuff Ghostbuster, Mario, les Goonies… – 24 excellents posters retro de Strongstuff Une superbe collection de posters retro imaginés par l’illustrateur Strongstuff aka Tom Whalen, qui détourne films et jeux vidéos en de magnifiques illustrations retro. On y retrouve Monstre & Cie, Mario, Batman, Terminator, Mickey, Cowboys & Alien, les Goonies, Star Wars, Ghostbuster, Paul, Bob l’éponge, Shaun of the dead, et bien d’autres… J’adore ;) via
Robert Montgomery: Poet & Bilbord hijacker London poet/artist Robert Montgomery has been at work since 2005, hijacking city billboards and public areas of interest guerilla style to display his poetic works of art. Montgomery’s series of billboards that appear in big cities here and across the pond showcase his poems, that border on melancholy yet thought provoking themes. These works have won that artist numerous accolades and inspire us all to reassess what we find important in life. Take a look at Robert Montgomery’s inspiring words below and let us know your stance on what he has to say and see all of his artwork and accomplishments.
Enquête 2014 sur Mozilla Firefox - Samedi, 12 Avril 2014 Question : 1 sur 4 De quel sexe êtes-vous ? Question : 2 sur 4 À partir d'où utilisez-vous Mozilla Firefox ? Tales and minimalism
‘Raising Arizona: Live Read’ •December 4, 2013 • Leave a Comment This one os going to be super fun. BrickHut
Historically Hardcore « Whitezine | inspire Create and Share Historically Hardcore is an advertising campaign created by Jenny Burrows and Matt Kappler for the Smithsonian Institution, one of the biggest american institution of museums. The 3 posters shows actual idols like 50 Cent, Ozzy Osbourne and Bret Michael, in a reflection to historical public personalities such as Teddy Roosevelt, Andrew Jackson, and Gengis Khan. A way of putting those 2011 actions in bold. More about their author on their own portfolio Historically Hardcore - 50 Cent / Roosevelt Historically Hardcore - Bret Michael Genghis Khan
7 minimalistic posters representing various mental disorders
In the 1920s and 1930s, Japan embraced new forms of graphic design as waves of social change swept across the nation. This collection of 50 posters, magazine covers and advertisements offer a glimpse at some of the prevailing tendencies in a society transformed by the growth of modern industry and technology, the popularity of Western art and culture, and the emergence of leftist political thought. "Buy Domestic!" Japanese graphic design from the 1920s-30s
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