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This is a gig poster for a band called Why? Why is is designed like this, well it plays off the idea of a stained glass window and how light and colour passes through it. Nice.

This is a gig poster for a band called Why? Why is is designed like this, well it plays off the idea of a stained glass window and how light and colour passes through it. Nice.

Good job we can do both!

Good job we can do both!

Simple, clean and striking. Quoted from French Paper Sample Room

Simple, clean and striking. Quoted from French Paper Sample Room

http://www.thenextgreatgeneration.com/

http://www.thenextgreatgeneration.com/

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Five Awesome Things You Won't Believe Run on Biofuel | Environment on GOOD

Five Awesome Things You Won't Believe Run on Biofuel | Environment on GOOD

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A fragmented piece including type and photography creates this pretty cool poster. (Tycho poster)

A fragmented piece including type and photography creates this pretty cool poster. (Tycho poster)

Just one of Zoran Lucic football posters which are soon to be included in the Fantasia exhibition, London 2013.

Beautiful Games: football posters by Zoran Lucic

Just one of Zoran Lucic football posters which are soon to be included in the Fantasia exhibition, London 2013.

Forever Friend by Cody Hudson.

Forever Friend by Cody Hudson

Forever Friend by Cody Hudson.

Igmar Spiller designs

Igmar Spiller designs

The Rolling Stones - music philosophy

The Rolling Stones - music philosophy

The Doors - The End - music philosophy

The Doors - The End - music philosophy

I Like It What Is It? by Anthony Burrill

I Like It What Is It? by Anthony Burrill

Self-published simple typographic statement poster, printed using traditional woodblock techniques.

Self-published simple typographic statement poster, printed using traditional woodblock techniques.