Hexagonall’s stripped-down posters of Tim Burton’s movies preserve Burton’s charm and macabre visual sense. A bit of editing and you’ve got perfect wallpapers for your iPhone or iPod Touch.
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.
Losties everywhere surely will appreciate the major feat Gideon Slife is undertaking: creating an art poster for each and every episode of Lost. We like the sparse style and humor in his prolific collection.
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?
Zombify that bare wall with this most excellent Night of the Living Dead illustration by Florian Bertmer. The limited-edition 24″ x 35″ screen print goes up for sale later today (4/20) at Mondotees.
From Capt. Kirk’s deafening awesomeness to clever but ultimately wrong simple answers, these examples of the classic demotivational poster meme will inspire you to make your own.
We are enjoying the hyper-saturated colors and dynamic perspectives in these vintage monster movie posters by Japanese artist Takayoshi Mizuki. He created this work between 1965 and 1972.
We are digging the retro style in this series of arcade propaganda posters for beloved 80’s arcade games from illustrator Steve Thomas. The series includes Donkey Kong, Joust, Dig Dug, and Frogger.
The Deluxx Fluxx Arcade is an enveloping art collaboration between famed street artists Faile & Bast, where game rooms and machines are transformed into an interactive experience.
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.
We featured Neill Cameron’s A-Z of Awesomeness project nearly a year ago, but he’s finally releasing it as a signed 286mm x 439mm poster; all profits will be donated to SSNAP.
In addition to exploring strange new worlds, NASA has some mad Photoshop skillz too; these official Mission and Expedition Posters are done up like sci-fi and action movie posters.
Packed with more trivia than a Comic Con, this Periodic Table of Sci-Fi Film and TV Poster takes us back to the future and breaks down all things geeky into its basic (fifth) elements.
The Hardcore Gamer’s IQ Test will require all your 8-bit superhero powers; the result of 8 months of work, it packs in 375 games and more than 425 characters and is available as a poster.
We wish they were t-shirts, but our geek antennae are still tingling over Chop Shop’s trio of uber-nerdy prints; they include the Nerd Rider, The Craftsman, and The Squid and Robot.
Quentin Tarantino and 13 artists team up for The Lost Art of Inglourious Basterds show 2/18/10 in Los Angeles; limited to 6 prints each and signed by Quentin, proceeds go to Haiti.
A treat for both stargazers and typesetters, Ross Berens’ Under the Milky Way collection gives all eight planets (and yes, Pluto) their own unique 13″x19″ poster with facts and figures.
He-Man was never the sharpest sword in the armory, which explains this Mr. Villains Class of 1983 “photo”; this fantastic retro poster by Christopher Lee is a must for MOTU fans.
Benson Chou revamps the classic Brand Alphabet with his own 21st-century version that includes everything from Facebook to DC Shoes; download the 11×17 poster free here.
It’ll be 2010 before we can name everything on this Science Fiction Screen Print; it’s a giant 14″x34″ poster with 61 robots, 58 aliens, and 30 icons from sci-fi film, tv, books, and games.
Maxim Dalton’s Guitar Lessons is a noteworthy performance, with 35 of the world’s most amazing axes on a single 19″x25″ poster; it includes Slash, Hendrix, Clapton, and more.
The living dead strike back in this series of re-imagined Star Wars posters; created by Matt Bush for zombie theme week at StarWars.com, all six episodes get an infected makeover.
eBoy’s Amnesty Poster is part of the Poverty is Modern campaign, with 4 Euros of each poster donated to Amnesty International; it’s a disturbing, pixelated look at human rights issues.
Minimalist art is all the rage, but Albert Exergian’s Popular TV Show Posters are some of the best we’ve seen; he reduces The Simpsons, 30 Rock, Heroes, and more to their bare essentials.
The Big Apple becomes New Yew Tree Village with the Atlas of True Names, a set of maps which translate the names of cities into English; our favorite? Stink Onion (Chicago).
Available once A Life Well Wasted’s Episode 5 posts, Olly Moss’ Enemy Weakpoints Poster is a geeky limited-edition strategy guide to taking out enemies both digital and mythical.
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