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I think it’s evident by now that I might have a slight obsession with all of the various Pixar minimalist posters that seem to be popping up online. This, the most recent series, is created by Edmond of Poster Explosion. Check out all of the prints below, and you can pick up your favorites for just $8 (for an 8″ x 10″ print).
In early April, I made the post Can You Guess The TV Show?, asking readers to guess some pretty iconic TV shows from three visual clues about each show—a poster series created by the wonderful folks at re:design. This month they created another series of awesome posters, this time with iconic painters. Take a look below and see how many you can guess…but don’t cheat by scrolling to the bottom for answers! How did you do? Comment away :)
From top left to right: Andy Warhol, Johan Vermeer, Vincent van Gogh, Jacques-Louis David, Piet Mondrian, Frida Kahlo, René Magritte, Jackson Pollock, Pablo Picasso, Mark Rothko, Paul Cézanne, Salvador Dali, Georgia O’Keeffe, Georges de La Tour, Roy Lichtenstein, Claude Monet, Rembrandt van Rijn, Jasper Johns, Damien Hirst, Henri Matisse, Edgar Degas, Marc Chagall, Gustave Courbet, Marcel Duchamp.
It seems that I keep coming across some really wonderful minimalist Pixar poster series, and of course I have to share :) Check out my first and second post, with series created by Wonchan Lee and Andrea Nguyen.
As I was surfing Etsy (my newest obsession, as I seem to have gotten myself to start making some of my own jewelry), I came across a fantastic set of minimalist Pixar posters by Marcus, owner of the Poster Inspired store. In his work, Marcus’ main goal was to design in the most minimalistic way, while making sure to distinctly capture the essence of each movie. He even included the new movie Brave in the series! Check out his awesome work below, and visit his store to purchase the prints ($8 each).
About a month ago, I posted an awesome set of Pixar Minimalist posters by designer Wonchan Lee. As I was perusing the web today, I found another fantastic set designed by Andrea Nguyen, and had to share. All of the prints are available for sale on her Society 6 store. Make sure to also check out Andrea’s superhero minimalist posters—I <3 Superman!
In honor of the long-awaited Pottermore finally being open to all muggles, I decided to post some of the awesome minimalist posters of the Harry Potter series that I found online. Enjoy :)
Lowe/SSP3 Advertising Agency from Bogota, Colombia created a series of fantastic and clever posters for the Colsubsidio Book Exchange. Each poster is an amusing mashup of two stories: Snow White/Sherlock Holmes, Harry Potter/Troy and Little Red Riding Hood/Moby Dick, playing up the “come with a story and leave with another” tagline of the book exchange. Check out the poster below!
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Being a huge pop culture feign and tv show addict, I found this TV show poster game super fun! Check out the posters below (created by re:design designers Eurydyka Kata and Rafal Szczawinski) and guess which show is being portrayed according to the three minimalist clues given. Scroll to the bottom of the post for the answers. Hint: Not all of the shows are still on the air! How many did you guess?
From top left to right: True Blood, Friends, Mad Men, Game of Thrones, Parks & Recreation, Sex and the City, House, Daria, Californication, Once Upon a Time, Dexter, Veronica Mars, Greek, Lost, Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
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Christian Jackson of Square Inch Design, created a series of hyper-minimalist poster designs for a myriad of classic children’s stories we’ve grown to know and love. Check out the poster’s below (buy the prints here) and be sure to visit the Square Inch Design Blog to see more work from Christian and designers from all over the world.
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Happy Hunger Games! Risa Rodil, an art student in the Philippines, has created some great typographic and minimalist posters in celebration of the book hitting the big screen. Below are just some of her creations, but if you are a huge fan of the book series, be sure to check out her blog for more Hunger Games fun. May the Odds be Ever in Your Favor…
As a tribute to Pixar, designer Wonchan Lee created a set of Pixar Minimal Posters for all of the movies that the studio has made (sorry…no A Bug’s Life). Below are just some of the fun poster designs. You can check out Wonchan’s Behance site for all of the posters, and even purchase the prints for $25 in his Gallery Wonchan online store.
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