Siren Festival Poster x Paul Antonson

Posted on May 13, 2008 Under Design

The 8th Annual Siren Music Festival in Coney Island is coming by land, by sea, and by giant Medusa-headed woman. Paul Antonson has designed this mythic sideshow scenario, and in the process has outdone himself in creating the fest's poster…

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Granada Design: Cities

Posted on April 11, 2008 Under Art

A quick update to Granada Design; the Spanish silkscreeners have turned word into art....wart if you will. Based on a Tetris-like composition letters that form city names like Barcelona, Rome, and New York, they're great if a) you have a…

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Save Yourself From Cylons

Posted on March 26, 2008 Under Art

Has your Battlestar Galactica obsession taken over your life to the point where you're unsure if you can trust any of your friends for fear they might be Cylons? When you wake up are you afraid to get about of…

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IA's Web Trend Map 3, Now Available in Wall Version

Posted on March 5, 2008 Under Design

As promised, Information Architects just released the poster version of their super-sexy Web Trend Map 3. For $50 plus shipping, you can have your own map of Web 2.0 on your wall; for free, you can visit their site for…

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Student Advice Posters

Posted on February 15, 2008 Under Art

As a freshmen in college, I remember thinking I knew it all. However, it ended up taking me some time (a year or so) before I learned all of the knowledge I would ever need. Frankly, I was held up…

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Dude. . .Sweet!

Posted on February 6, 2008 Under Art

While your wall is no doubt adorned with many posters boasting all of the experiences you've held to be sonically pleasurable, we know they've been enjoyable to your auditory senses in different ways. However you could probably sum them up…

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Shepard Fairey: Hope and Progress

Posted on January 29, 2008 Under Art

Over the last twenty years, either a Bush or Clinton has held sway over the oval office, ruling with an iron fist. While Billary (why has this name not caught on yet, it's better than Bennifer or Brangelina?) vie to…

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Top 5 Poster Gifts

Posted on December 5, 2007 Under Design

Little Friends of Printmaking: Read JS Review | Buy It ($20 - $30; shown as 4) As it turns out, the pair running Little Friends of Printmaking not only make a killer poster, they also seem to have a lot…

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Richard Goodall Underground Shop

Posted on November 8, 2007 Under Art

There's some innate humor in the pairing of the name "Richard Goodall" and the word "Underground." I don't mean this snarkily; I mean this from the same perspective that seemingly drove the online shop's font choice (Don't you think we…

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The Little Friends of Printmaking

Posted on November 7, 2007 Under Design

Little Friends of Printmaking, the husband-and-wife silkscreening team based in Milwaukee, have been making poster art since 2003. Their name should ring bells for you, as their work is well known, well loved, and has been published in several recent,…

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