Mona Lisa – 6,239 dot to dot drawing

August 4th, 2011

Thomas Pavitte wanted to create the most complex dot-to-dot drawing, so he made a 6,239 dot to dot Mona Lisa drawing. It took him 9 hours and 15 minutes to connect all the dots on the A0 poster. Impressive work.

found at Colossal

How to Photograph a Design Poster

March 9th, 2011

JK Keller collected 90 portfolio images of designers displaying their posters. Then he made a poster out of them and cut out the posters from those images. This “How to Photograph a Design Poster” project is actually from 2007 but it’s still great.

found at trendbeheer

Lego Letterpress Prints

January 10th, 2011

Physical Fiction are Samuel Cox and Justin LaRosa and together they make these awesome Lego letterpress prints. If you like these, you might want to have a look at these letterpress dice prints.

found at kottke

Short Story Poster

August 19th, 2010

Klas Ernflo designed this Short Story Poster for a story written by Jess Row.

found at trendbeheer

Charlatan, Martyr, Hustler

July 29th, 2010

This “Charlatan, Martyr, Hustler” poster by Joey Roth is awesome. Did I mention it’s a letterpress print? Can’t decide what I am. What are you?

found at swissmiss

OX

June 8th, 2010

Love these posters by OX.

found at rebel:art

Poster Stencil

April 1st, 2010

Sten & Lex developed this technique to make Poster Stencil art. First they make the stencils and paste them on a panel of wood as a poster. Then they paint the whole board black, when it’s dry they remove the stencil but leave some parts on the board. In the end the stencil is destroyed and becomes part of the poster.

found at Wooster Collective

Good Things Take A Second

November 23rd, 2009

The quotes on these billboards are from the emails Tim Rehm and Tim Sürken wrote to and received from clients during their freelance work at HORT. They then made these billboards for an exhibition called “hier und anderswo” at the MARTa Herford museum last summer.

HORT

HORT

HORT

HORT

Words To Work By

April 7th, 2009

“Words To Work By” is a set of six typographic posters created by Publicis Mojo. You can find the other 5 at the CreativeReview blog.

Words To Work By

Dot to Death – Ian Curtis

April 6th, 2009

“Dot to Death – Ian Curtis” by No Days Off, each dot traces the life and death of Joy Division singer Ian Curtis. Available at Soma Gallery.

Dot to Death - Ian Curtis by No Days Off

Dot to Death - Ian Curtis by No Days Off


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