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Barack Obama’s Message of Hope

Posted by // November 16th, 2012 // Graphic Design

Commemorating the recent victory for Barack Obama in the United States presidential election, we take you back to four years ago when a sea of change initially swept him to power. This feeling had developed during his nomination as the Democratic Party candidate and grew throughout the campaign period. Obama supporters quickly adopted a design…


An Example of Minimalist Movie Posters

Posted by // November 6th, 2012 // Graphic Design

Minimalist movie posters have become hugely popular in recent years as people have created their own alternative representation of film through limited colours and bold shapes. The basic principle of this idea has been to communicate the key message, theme or element of a movie through the most simple design possible. Quite simply, less is…


A Brief History of The Jolly Roger

Posted by // October 22nd, 2012 // Graphic Design

Flags have existed for over two thousand years and were originally used on battlefields to assist with military coordination in trying to outmanoeuvre the enemy. Since then they have evolved to provide a number of different functions. The Oxford English Dictionary defines a flag as being “a piece of cloth or similar material, typically oblong…


Lineposters – Art in Transit

Posted by // October 18th, 2012 // Graphic Design

Lineposters is a collaboration between two New Yorkers; Cayla, a graphic designer and John, an engineer. They design and manufacture a wide range of modern, minimalist posters representing rapid transit systems from across the world. After the success of their original New York City Subway poster, the duo decided it was time to launch the…