When investigating the invitations below I discovered they were designed by a design student Sarah Mick, and I just love all of them. If a little intimidated by the quality of her work, I must get better.
Pepsi really should just go back to the logo they had 1973-1991, I’ve thought so for years. This site just underlines why.
Love this image, so much to explore. Even after my initial reaction it just kept creeping up on me. The typography is a little unimaginative, but nothing to complain about too much. And the image more than makes up for that.
The trailer looks good too, and Sundance gave it some love, so I’m reasonably optimistic about this.
The Sisters Brothers by Patrick deWit, great cover. My only problem is that the supposedly letter-pressed type are too obviously not letter-press. If you’re determined to make it look that way, at least photoshop it to make it look right. The two E’s are blatant. Geek rant over.
Bill Gold’s first poster for Clint Eastwood since 2003’s Mystic River. Simple, perfect.
And so much better than the alternative. I know in my heart which one will be plastered all over bus shelters everywhere, but I can hope can’t I?
Pretty sure it’s his first poster of any film since 2003.
Favorite film, and one of my favorite posters. Love everything about it, designed by Bill Gold who amongst others did iconic posters for A Clockwork Orange, Casablanca, The Exorcist, Platoon and pretty much every Clint Eastwood poster you can think of.