World Cup Posters 1930-2014

Design // Thursday, April 17, 2014
If you are anything like us you've dreamed and talked about going to the next world cup and then never followed through on it, again. This year's in Brazil will be the 20th World Cup (hey it's our 20th anniversary too...) and we can't wait. To get you pumped, here is a collection of every single World Cup Poster since 1930.

Polish Versions of American Movie Posters

Design // Monday, March 17, 2014
Quipsologies, a site we frequent, recently put together a dozen polish versions of well-known American flim posters including Fatal Attraction, The Pink Panther, Star Wars, Raiders of the Lost Ark, and more.

Alex Pardee's '300: Rise of an Empire' Poster

Juxtapoz // Saturday, January 25, 2014
Our good friend and curator of the January 2014, Imagination Issue, Alex Pardee, recently designed this awesome poster for the premier of the bloodiest film of the year, "300: Rise of an Empire..."

Winter Olympics Posters Through the Ages

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 23, 2014
With the Sochi Winter Olympics starting next month, we here in the office got to wondering what the promotional materials and posters looked like for the Winter Olympics when they first started in 1924. This lead to us finding some pretty amazing vintage Olympics posters (and lets be honest, some pretty bad ones too...). Enjoy!

King Kong Turns 80 and Posters are Made

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 01, 2013
To celebrate the 80th birthday of King Kong, Dark City Gallery teamed up with La Boca for a series of prints focusing on 'what is essentially a classic story of forbidden love, rather than the misunderstood ferociousness often attributed to our hero.'

Vintage Levi's Ads from the 70s

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 01, 2013
We always love looking at old advertisements, it's always fascinating to see what audience they were aiming for and what was cool in that particular period. These Levi's ads from the 70s reflect some pretty interesting social changes in going on in as the 60s was ending and the strangeness of the 70s were beginning in America.

Informational Posters and Books from a Fictional 1970s British Town

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Scarfolk is a town stuck in the 1970s and a blog slowly releasing pieces of the town's municipal history. The reworked book covers, posters, and public information ads are humorous and uncannily realistic. 'Certain themes resurface: the municipal, the occult, childhood and school days, totalitarianism and dystopia, memory and nostalgia, societal paranoia and fear of disease, television and radio.'

Film Noir Comic Book Posters by Marko Manev

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 08, 2013
The Superhero Noir Posters series by Macedonia-based graphic designer and comic artist Marco Manev takes our fearless heroes and places them in very fitting 1950s film noir style enviornments. This is not Manev's first set of comic book hero inspired posters. You can see his previous series of minimalist tributes to our favourite hereos here. (via my modern met).

Samira's Bold Posters

Erotica // Sunday, November 04, 2012
One poster from a series of graphic Feminist posters from New York-based artist Samira. These posters (for sale!) blend a saccharine palette and dainty patterns with stong language and fierce women. With a retro feel and skillful appropriations of pop culture imagery, her artwork's aesthetic qualities work perfectly with their important message.

Waves by John Van Hammersveld

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 25, 2011
John Van Hammersveld has been creating iconic images for decades. He produced rock posters for the likes of Jimi Hendrix and Cream. His influence on surf culture is timeless with his image for the Endless Summer movie. Recently John has been creating a series of wave images.
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