Archived entries for poster

Toormix

A plethora (yeah, that’s right: PLETHORA) of inspiring work coming out of Barcelona’s Toormix.

Schaffter Sahli

Geneva-based studio Schaffter Sahli has a portfolio full of beautiful cultural institution-focused work.
By relating to the ambitions of our clients and associates the studio is able to achieve a level of design where the form of message and its communicative content intertwine tightly.
I can dig it.

Prill Vieceli Cremers

Zurich-based studio Prill Vieceli Cremers have a portfolio full of wonderful poster and book design. There’s a lot to look through, so get to it.

MO

Interesting posters from Macau-based MO, the studio of Chao Sioleong and Hong Chong Ip.

Nakano Design Office

A very small sampling of the incredible work coming from Nakano Design Office to end the work week right.

GVA Studio

The work of Geneva-based GVA Studio has got me all a-tremblin’ with joy. Above is a just a tiny sampling of their work… how great is that PhotoRotation logo? Oh, it’s great.

Neue


Chillingly stunning work from Oslo, Norway’s Neue. Read about their identity work to promote tourism for two municipalities in Norway (called Visit Nordkyn) at Brand New. Great stuff, indeed.

Hauser Lacour

German design firm Hauser Lacour has a portfolio full of clean and sophisticated work. Pictured above is the identity and some of the collateral materials they created for the Museum of Contemporary Art Siegen. I think I will open up a museum just so I can take on a project like that…

Philippe Apeloig

I never tire of the work of Philippe Apeloig. It’s especially nice when I visit his site and find the word “NEW” next to a ton of projects. I need to seek out the Feb 2010 issue of Creative Review (sold out!), which features an interview and monograph of his posters.

League

Some beautiful posters by Swiss studio League. Be sure to check out their type design, too.
(Discovered via OriginalLinkage)

Happycentro

Some great work from Italian studio Happycentro… the Alphaposter series is wonderful!

William Longhauser

From his site:
William Longhauser received a BFA degree in graphic design from the College of Design, Art, and Architecture at the University of Cincinnati, and an MFA in design from Indiana University. He has also ┬ácompleted two years of post-graduate study at the School of Design, in Basel, Switzerland. Before moving to Los Angeles in June, 2000, he was a tenured professor at the University of the Arts, Philadelphia, where he taught in the graphic design department since 1977 and was chairman of the department for three years.”

His site has a ton of incredible work, so prepare to spend some time!



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