A fun, vintage poster feel for “foodie” bands promo.
These poster designs by Lowe Steiner are boldly typographic and playful yet maintain a clear hierarchy, making them intriguing and easy to follow.
Political posters of the 20s and 30s warn of capitalism’s dangers, hail the vision of Marx, Engels, Lenin and Stalin, and praise the proletariat. Though easily dismissible as Socialist Realism influenced by 1920s modernism and the dualism of Friend and Foe (both in domestic and foreign contexts), the posters are diverse in style and sometimes reflect more than a commissioned, caricatured propaganda.
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Great graphic works with simplified color palette for the film, Black Swan.
Posters, magazine covers and advertisements from 1920s and 1930s Japan, showing a newly embraced popularity of western modernism.
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You can’t get much more bold, graphic and modern than this.
Clean lines, bold forms and delicate, tasteful use of color make for humorous and delightful illustrations by Stanley Chow.