To help remind people to use proper hygiene during the horrible COVID-19 pandemic, grooming product maker Duke Cannon Supply Co. presents a series of free-to-print posters reminding us to clean up our acts. In addition to these habits, we’d like to add: Stay the F**k Home!
THE BEST Posters
Are you ready to solve that Rubik’s cube that has been sitting on your bookshelf for years? Stellavie’s giclée print not only would look great on your wall, but provides a variety of methods for working your way through the cube’s 43 quintillion possible configurations. Measures appx. 20″ x 27.5″. Signed, open edition.
Artist Amber Share created this hilarious series of travel posters she calls “Subpar Parks.” Each illustration is accompanied by an excerpt from an actual 1-star review from a jaded visitor to a US National Park. The images are available as prints, postcards, and stickers on her website. Collect them all!
Fans of Pink Floyd will recognize the profoundly depressing lyrics on this print from Todd Alcott Graphics. It features the words from Comfortably Numb, cleverly worked into the layout for a 1960s-style magazine advertisement for pain relief pills. The print is available in a variety of sizes. Check out the artist’s shop for more.
Pop Chart’s The World of Ice and Fire print crams in people, animals, items and landmarks from Game of Thrones. The nicely illustrated poster features sigils, weapons and armor, castles and even food. It will be released after the series ends to ensure that it’s up to date.
Mondo and illustrator Matt Taylor celebrate the release of Captain Marvel with posters and pins. The colored poster is on sale only until 3/10/19, while the glow-in-the-dark poster is limited to 325 copies. The pins feature Carol Danvers, Capt. Marvel and 90’s Nick Fury.
Artist Fernando Reza aka “Fro” makes video game posters in the style of World War II propaganda prints. The games featured include Super Mario Bros, Duck Hunt and The Legend of Zelda. Each print measures 18″x 24″ and is printed on Latex-coated matte archival paper.
Dorothy’s print is a detailed vintage style map of the United States. Upon closer inspection, you’ll see that the city and state names have been replaced with the titles of over 1,000 classic songs. There’s even a Spotify playlist to go with. Measures 80cm (31.5″) x 60cm (23.6″).
Sit back and enjoy Artology’s time-lapse video of him creating an incredibly detailed drawing of Spider-Man in his Iron Spider suit from Avengers: Infinity War. It took him a total of 30 hours to finish the drawing. You can buy a print of it and his other works on his Etsy shop.
A team of artists teamed up with engineers and scientists from NASA/JPL-Caltech to create a series of 14 awesome poster designs which envision a future filled with exotic trips to far-off worlds. Hi-res images are available to download, or as prints on Etsy. (Thanks Susan!)
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