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This is a poster for the musical singing in the rain. The main poster colour scheme is a range of blues. when we think of blue we think of cold as it is a cold colour and i think this works well for the singing in the rain poster.

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I had to pin this because of the overlapping and depth created by type. Created by Johan illustration on Behance Monstera Deliciosa Typography on Behance

Pi ve Pi. No entiende nada. Normal

Pi (1998) [700x1050]

Entries for the brief to design a poster based around Pi, the film from Darren Aronofsky, in partnership with Lionsgate Films.

Social/Political Posters - Graphis

Imagery of the White dove flying to the word 'peace' with the letter 'A ' in red taking away from the word behind 'war' represent change. The use of the dove symbolises peace , holiness, godliness and hope.

Minimalistisch in der Darstellung, gehaltvoll in der Aussage. Damit überzeugt das Konzept dieser Printanzeige.

Graphic design inspiration, festival posters

Creative Black and White Melbourne Food & Wine Festival Poster by Kaushik Design Melbourne, Australia.

Only graphic designers care

Graphic design inspiration typography, graphic design, poster only graphic designers care 2011 Austin City Limits illustration by Tad Carpen.

architecturally speaking

Frank Harmon poster "architecturally speaking" / drawings, blueprints, speech bubble, right-justified type on the center

"The boy crafted the gift with passion / and carefully wrapped it in soft paper / His eyes glowed for love /  When handed in, he gave his heart with it /  In return, he was asked for the scissors /  and with a frigid smile, he was cut off."  f.  wolff

Olly Moss is a brilliant British illustrator and designer. I especially love this illustration – his colourful and clever take on a seesaw! (image via olly moss)