Typically posters include both textual and graphic elements, although a poster may be either wholly graphical or wholly text. Posters are designed to be both eye-catching and convey information.
Design student Amanda Macedo gathered a bunch of very cool posters created by all sorts of users from the Behance Network.
By Mehmet Gozetlik
By Jonathan Haggard
See the complete gallery of posters here
Get in touch ! Post your comments about it or also you can tell her directly (as directly as internet allows) on her Twitter timeline: @amlight
Logos are everywhere, and every one of them is a visual element that serves basic functions :
A logo identifies your company, represents you to the outside world. Often it’s the first thing a potential customer sees.
Your logo will distinguish you from your competition providing a way for customers to recognize and select you amidst others.
It communicates something direct, and sometimes subtle about your company. What does your logo say about your company? Classy? Trustworthy? Serious? or Unprofessional? Sloppy? Outdated?
Most logos accomplish the 3 functions with varying degrees of effectiveness. How does yours measure up?
Analize the 30 logos presented here about how they represent the brand through color, shapes, and typography. GET INSPIRED and don’t forget to post your thoughts !
Diamond Bookstore by Malik Joanna
- Killed Productions by ethereal
- Lochness by Navy Blue Design
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Want to see some illustration done beautifully ?
Checkout the work of Jason Levesque (aka Stuntkid), a self taught artist living in Norfolk, Virginia U.S.
His work borrows from his fascination with biology and the earth sciences. Stuntkid’s illustrations have been commissioned for use in magazines and periodicals worldwide, from playstation magazine to german latex fetish magazines.
10000 Doodles (Literally!!!)
by RaShell on 2008-10-07
There are probably about 10,000 reasons why I like this blog, called 10000 Pages…
1. It’s all DOODLES all the way…
2. It’s a coloring book in the making…
3. It’s abstract, elegant, simple and inspiring (ok, that was 3, 4, 5, and 6)
Alright, I’ll spare you the 99994 other reasons, but I insist you check it out. The “Ten Thousand Page Colouring Book” is a work in progress. Pages of this “book” are filled in reverse order, starting from Page 9999. I’ll tell you right away, now it’s Page 9280, so there are roughly… 720 lovely doodles for you to admire!!!
And if this wasn’t enough, mysterious PIXO has a sleuth of other doodle-related blogs.
Tired of black and white? Here’s some eye-popping color at Colour Noodles
Wanna see what happens if you apply colour, shade and depth to abstract line drawings? Run to Rendered Line Art:
Been there? Jump to Random Graphical Thots:
Sick of still pictures? Move over to see videos at Rock Paper Scissors:
Undrawing Page 9363 R from Pixo Hammer on Vimeo.
Prefer digital art to messy pens and pencils? Welcome to Scratch and Save:
Wanna see something really bizarre, yet somehow fascinating and thought provoking – stop at Skin Bag Song:
This is a whole Doodling Empire, a Drawing Universe, filled with strange creatures and exciting projects. Way to go, Pixo, whoever you are…
(damn, my blogroll is getting overwhelmingly long….)