Stefan Petit spent 6 months recreating all of the posters he could find in Bioshock. Unfortunately he can’t sell the posters without getting sued, but at least we can download them for free.
(SPOILERS) HPosters are Lucy Knisley‘s series of illustrated and lighthearted re-telling of all of the Harry Potter books. You can download high-res versions of the posters for free here.
Bungie artist David Candland reimagines three classics, Myth, Pathways into Darkness, and Marathon in this this limited-edition, signed 33″x16″ print. All profits go to Bungie Foundation charities.
Do you love spatial mazes and puzzles? Did you name your man cave “Johnson”? Then you’ll love this 4-pack of Portal 2 posters, each filled with humor, in-game references and of course science.
Damn right it ain’t. Fight for your fee and promote getting paid with these bold and bright 10″ x 13″ letterpressed posters by Mikey Burton and Cranky Pressman. T-shirt coming soon.
This 18″ x 24″ poster offers 282 sobriquets from the world of rap music, arranged according to semantics. Each poster is signed by the artists and numbered from the master edition.
Limited edition prints by Harshness featuring gangsta hip-hop Star Wars characters with names as dope as their style, like Boba Phat, Han Cholo and our favorite – OG1 Kenobi.
Crude, grotesque and surreal, these hand-painted posters were made in the late 80s by mobile cinema operators in Ghana, whose offerings were mostly horror, action, kung-fu or Bollywood flicks.
Illustrator A.J. Hateley’s ongoing series Thirty Days of Videogames features beautiful vintage-style fake book covers inspired by videogames. You can get some of them as prints here.
Who here among us created this rather hilarious and (somewhat accurate) infographic that explains the difficulties of the modern-day internet lifestyle? Whoever you are, we love that belly full of vitriol.
(Possible Spoilers) Flickr user wd.farmer loved the 50s style art and icons in Portal 2 so much and decided to make posters out of them, along with quotes from Aperture Science CEO Cave Johnson.
The fine folks over at Paste Magazine have rounded up a gallery of sweet and geeky old school posters propagating the Galactic Civil War from both sides of the fight. Thumbs up. (Thanks Levi!)
Keep track of the F1 season as your favorite racers zip and move around the world with these unofficial Formula 1 Grand Prix posters by JP Tierney. Each A2 digital print is hand-signed and dated.
A set of posters inspired by classic novels, made by various artists for Required Reading exhibit at Gallery 1988. There’s some seriously sweet artwork to be had for very reasonable prices.
It’s certainly not complete, but this 18″ x 24″ poster is nonetheless impressive, cataloging 100 superpowers possessed by 200 superheroes and supervillains. Limited to 500 prints.
Buenos Aires-based artist Max Dalton created a supercool poster featuring The Pulp Fiction Action Figure Collection for an upcoming art show in New York. Wish we could be there to see it in person.
Brian Stuckey’s mixed media art gathers our most iconic breakfast mascots for one final meal. It took him 3 months to finish the whole thing. The actual table is 38 in long. Prints available on Etsy.
Allister Lee of Studio B.I.B wants to hold the Guinness World Record for the largest collection of black markers. This 34″ x 42″ hand-printed poster features the 500 markers he has collected so far.
The Type Sandwiches series, a typographic series of food created using only color and the Helvetica font, is part of David Schwen’s MSCED project and was inspired by his original Burgervetica design.
The following posters precisely depict what might happen if you take it upon yourself to forget your common sense while performing manual or machine labor. TA needs these now. (Thanks S!)
The sublime debut, the drug-induced album, the inevitable crappy final album. Grant Snider neatly sums up the behavior of modern musical groups in his poster, Discography of Your Favorite Band.
Talented illustrator Olly Moss made these fantastic posters for each of the movies in the original Star Wars trilogy. Each poster is limited to only 400 pieces so watch out for them on Mondo Tees.
If superheroes were real, there’s no doubt that their cities will leverage them for tourism. These comic posters do just that, but in an understated manner. Gotham’s Tourism Board sure is creepy.
If you asked us to name a dozen famous redheads, we’d struggle to get past Ronald McDonald. Please refer to this handy wall chart the next time you’re asked to do the same. Say, where’s Murray?
What could these powerful men be afraid of? The Internet, that’s what. These posters were made for the International Society of Human Rights to show the value of the Net in defending human rights.
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.
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