Out to celebrate its first May the 4th with Star Wars, Disney invited California-based artist Mike Kungl to showcase his Star Wars themed propaganda posters. There you have it, the empire and the rebels trying to one up each other with the force of propaganda and advertising. Prints are available on the artist’s website.
David Mottram shows the effects of coffee and the owls they make in this humorous chart. Time for an Irish coffee. Prints available on Society6. Via Neatorama
Star Wars characters become a part of Chinese folklore in these illustrations by Sinapore-based artist Joseph Chiang. The mark of these illustrations is subtle changes to the characters that make them appear at home in these illustrations and remind us of Japanese woodblock prints of gaming characters we saw earlier. Prints available on Etsy.
We speak quite a ton of minor lies everyday. Lies that people speak to others, or tell themselves have been combined with typographic goodness by Lauren Hom to create this set of humorous prints. Available on Society6.
The Origin series of posters talks about the beginning of superheroes in a very talented set of poster designs. The set has met its initial funding goals on Kickstarter where you might back the project or pre-order the posters.
Visual compendium of cameras is a chart that that catalogs 100 landmark cameras through time in a neatly arranged print. Each print is signed and numbered. Costs $22. via
This set of posters by Society6 user mitchell87 presents classic sci-fi novels in a lovely illustrated form. War of the Worlds is kind of the king here, though we must add that The Midwich Cuckoos look suitably creepy.
When you think about it, Hyrule might be a nice place to hit on a holiday. Probably not the best, but a pretty sweet destination nonetheless. Artist and graphic designer Dean Walton has an entire set of Hyrulean Travel posters to help nudge travelers in the right direction. Available at GamerPrint.
It’s just tuesday and the weekend looks so far ahead into the future, it might as well be months. But have no fear, the weekend will come soon, and these motivational quotes will help us survive the day. Malaysian illustrator Tang Yau Hoong has come up with a series of prints that highlight brilliant words [...]
Illustrator Joey Spiotto uses the book art of classic Little Golden Books and mashes them up with popular video games to create these prints that are both quite contemporary and nostalgic. Available on his Etsy shop.
An image can convey a thousand words. Play your cards right, and a word can convey many words as well. These minimalist posters by Indian graphic designer Kapil Bhagat show the achievements of famous scientists with just their names. Prints are available on Society6.
The battle strategy of Space Invaders is simple: overcome the enemy with huge numbers. Obviously they need a huge army for that, and we’re pretty sure they’re doing mass recruitment from where ever it is that they recruit people. Earth needs to counter the invasion too, seeing that someone is needed to operate the laser [...]
Paris Traveler Series by illustrators Nichole and Evan Robertson is a set of prints inspired by the classic travel posters. They added a little, but brilliant twist to the idea though, choosing not to focus on architectural landmarks like travel posters do, but rather to focus on the moment that makes these places memorable, with [...]
Artist Steve Thomas takes a retro look at the Star Wars universe in these posters, some of which we’re pretty sure could have been put into service by the Empire or rebels as propaganda posters or even for tourism campaigns. They are available as prints here.
Artist Julian Montague created this set of prints representing all 50 states of the USA, in a simple, minimalist fashion. Prints are available at PrintCollection.