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Our Word of the Year choice serves as a symbol of each year’s most meaningful events and lookup trends.
It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year.
"You take the thing and you blow it up until you could see what was going on, then cut a piece out and stick it down.
Put it across, something big, something exciting." Picturing Anarchy: The Graphic Design of Rufus Segar, covers from the UK magazine of the 60's. "The movies whose posters I analyzed cover a good range of genres.
This is a selection of 145 political posters, famous masterpieces as well as equally beautiful but unknown examples drawn from the collection of the International Institute of Social History in Amsterdam." "When I make comics, and think about how one image relates to the next one, and how much time I want a reader to spend on a page, and whether or not to use narration or to be able to read someone's thoughts, I think of all that in terms of how I think about movies." Movie Poster of the Week: The Art of Nathan Gelgud. " A Heritage Site That's Out of This World, a lovely travel poster for Science Friday by Chicago illustrator Julia Kuo. "For a bit of balance, a solitary Asian face stares forlornly out from one of the building's goldfish-bowl windows, trapped in her hermetically sealed investment unit." The property billboards that reveal the truth about Britain's luxury housing market. "Of course they weren't the only ink company around and in the mid-1890s they began running full-color poster advertisements in trade publications such as The Inland Printer, The Printer and Bookmaker and The American Bookmaker.
Jerry had bought an old American bowling shirt from a charity shop and it had the name Walt Jabsco embroidered on it and this is how the man got his name.
Renzo Picasso (1880-1975) was an Italian engineer, architect and designer. The combination of structure and engineering with a delicate, almost cartoonish style makes for some amazing illustrations. "So, why isn't he remembered in the same way as Saville, Garrett, and Hipgnosis?Bubbles signed almost none of his work - and, when he did, he utilized an arsenal of assumed identities, each equally absurd and non-sensical." Ian Lynam on iconic UK album designer Barney Bubbles."Six years ago last week I wrote my first Movie Poster of the Week post for MUBI, then known as The Auteurs.Find tons more of Shaw's work at Kingdom of Nonsense, including a perfect blend of type and image for Here Comes the Devil. "Recently many of our friends and family have moved to Hong Kong, New York, London, Paris, Berlin and many other cities all over the world looking for work.We are lucky enough to have been able to visit, sample their signature drinks and be inspired by their new homes." City Screenprints.