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【pickout608】26TH TOKYO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 東京国際映画祭 | Till 2017,100 ArtBookCinemaDigitalETC Odyssey

(Tokyo International Film Festival) This poster is an interesting combination of a love heart and a camera, which signifies a love of film. This image would work well as a logo for film awards.

1) About:Posters inspired by airline tickets 2)Hierarchy: 1.Location 2. Airline 3.Flight number 4.Type as texture 3) Title: All caps in center 4) Typefaces: 1 sans serif & 1 serif in different weights & sizes 5) Colors: each poster is limited to black, white, gray, and an accent color (red, blue, green, yellow) 6) Unknown designer

Love these city posters inspired by airline tickets. Need more than one, of course. Via Smith Smith Smith Armstrong (get on for each place we have been (together) (or after we have a family) each vacation or just the honeymoon and other important pla

Nice type.  I've been liking serifs recently.

yalegraphicdesign: “ Errol Morris Poster Design: Jessica Svendsen ” American filmmaker Errol Morris will be speaking at the Yale School of Art tomorrow.

Into The Woods Theatre Royal Poster

I love when a block colour covers an image and i'm not quite sure why it just looks so fresh. // by Samuel McWilliams – Theatre Posters

Love the line work for this one

Love the line work for this one


I like how the illustration interacts with the type. I also like the use of color. Tour de France 2012 Prints by Neil Stevens, via

Gorgeous magazine covers illustrated by the Tokyo-based artist, Hiroyuki Izutsu.

Flower Power

Lovely November 2002 cover for Flower Designer magazine from Japan, by Tokyo illustrator Izutsu Hiroyuki.

Marketing and the press advertising is vital in selling an event, and using the right aesthetic to target the right audience is a great start.

Graphic design inspiration, festival posters

yes! I do!

Portland State University's Friends of Graphic Design – Student Show poster, 2009 - The added cut outs to the font makes what could be a boring flyer, an unmissable one.