Shepard Fairey’s famous Obey poster inspired artist Robert Mangaoang aka Doom CMYK to make this imposing poster of the Sith Lord. Printed on 11″x17″ glossy paper and limited to 50 copies.
We’re liking the Fortune Poster series from Jason Dean; each of the 8 pieces coordinates colors and icons associated with a phrase from a real fortune cookie, and can be randomly chosen for you.
Like peanut butter and chocolate, we are enjoying the combo of typography with iconic pop culture references from Jerod Gibson; it’s also a great way to remember your movie quotes. (Thanks James!)
Check out this amusingly brilliant chart that outlines the visual evolution of the distinct hipster subculture into the seemingly opposite hippie culture. And let that be a lesson to you.
Alexa Edgerton has created a cool rockstar tragedy chart by placing names and ages of over 300 musicians into a shapely pattern made from music rest symbols and colors indicating cause of death.
Regardless of whether you applaud or puke over how the government is spending the discretionary budget, there are fascinating details to review in Jess Bachman’s 2011 Death and Taxes poster.
Chicago designer Jenny Beorkrem has added some anatomy to her typographically cool screenprinted city map poster collection. Check out this brain poster – do we really use all those parts in there?
Iowa artist Michael Myers has created a richly jewel-toned series of posters, inspired by vintage DC Comics. Be sure to check out his amusingly accurate Lost character illustrations too.
Quite possibly the coolest gamer poster ever, Edge magazine subscribers will get this video game poster; we see everything from Pac-Man and Katamari to Street Fighter and Doom.
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