The Goonies for the show Crazy for Cult in gallery 1988 (LA) "Wes Anderson family" for "Bad Dads V" in Spoke Art gallery (San Francisco) Pulp fiction "Coffee…
Chungkong, a Netherlands-based designer, has been creating some terrific pop-culture-themed artworks for quite some time now. His awesome new art project is a mash-up of the iconic Volkswagen T1 camper…
Michigan-based artist Matt Peppler’s gorgeous illustrated posters are a celebration of life and every aspect of it. He creates his works freehand using sharpie markers, which he then color edits and works on in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, infusing them with dynamism and energy. Peppler says that his works include lot of pop culture references and his own personal artistic viewpoints.
After graduating high school in the year 2000, Peppler was studying for a business degree before he was drawn to his true calling. Building upon the foundations of his innate talent, he graduated in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the Kendall College of Art of Design. He considers Frank Miller, Andy Warhol and Shephard Fairey to be among his influences.
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Lithuanian winters can be notoriously harsh, with temperatures sometimes falling below –25 C. The people of the country, who were already depressed due to six months of cold weather, were really crushed when mid-April only brought more snow.
New!, a Lithuanian ad agency, decided to cheer up the people by running an outdoor poster campaign (in collaboration with outdoor experts JC Decaux) in the capital city of Vilnius. Titled “Good things – coming soon,” the upbeat posters announce that summer would be soon be coming along, and with it the promise of warm sunshine, sandy beaches, less clothes, more berries, and brighter colors.
The ongoing campaign is being well received, with calls coming from places like Luxembourg to share the posters. It’s quite heartwarming to know that though these posters were created by an ad agency, there are no logos, nor any products or services being advertised.
Here are a few more images from the campaign.
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Artist and photographer Curtis Kulig infamous “Love Me” tag can be seen stickered and spray painted all around New York city. Kulig has now launched his new online shop, which will feature a poster set, a signature tote bag, and his much coveted stickers.
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Click on the image to view larger. A set of promotional outdoor posters for the Mint Vinetu bookstore, which specializes in used books. The posters were created by Lithuanian advertising…
A brilliant set of promotional posters and postcards, designed by Dimis Giannakoulias, a graphic design artist from Patras, Greece.
An awesome work of art by DeviantArt user DrFaustusAU, an artist and illustrator from Australia.
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“Japanimals” is the newest (and cutest!) set of collaborative posters from Familytree, a creative studio based in Nashville, Tennessee.
The 4 posters in the set are part of the “Fauna Friends” series, and feature illustrations by Alex Pearson, Julian Baker, Scott MacDonald and Andy Young. All the posters are 2 color screen prints on heavy duty “French Red Hot Pop-Tone paper.”
More images after the jump.