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This very nice poster is to promote an exhibition of very nice posters, how fitting. See below for more info.

‘A Celebration’ of September
A Collective Poster Exhibition by Mortar&Pestle Studio at Dreamspace Gallery.

Exhibition Dates: 24th Oct – 1st Nov.
(Opening times 9.00am – 5:30pm Monday – Friday)
Private View: 27th Oct 18:00 – 20:30

Admission Free

Dreamspace Gallery
1-3 Dufferin Street, London, EC1Y 8NA
+44 (0) 207 562 8282


A project by Happiness Brussels — Designed by Anthony Burrill


Limited edition of 200 posters, screen printed with oil from the Gulf of Mexico disaster

All benefits go to CRCL (Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana), a non-profit organisation dedicated to restoring the Gulf of Mexico’s coastal wetlands.

Buy one here.
Donate here.


As part of this year’s London Design Festival, Domenic Lippa of Pentagram has worked with the Festival’s Chairman, Sir John Sorrell, in curating the London Poster Project, a poster exhibition by 20 of the leading UK graphic designers and typographers including Tom Hingston, Frith Kerr, Alan Kitching, Fuel, Jonathan Ellery and Pentagram’s own Angus Hyland. Lippa commissioned the designers to produce a poster in red and black only that celebrates London as the creative capital of the world. Each silkscreened A1 poster was produced in limited edition of 100, 50 of which are available through the website Blanka. All 20 posters can be seen in the exhibition, which opened Saturday, 19 September and remains on view through 27th September at the Sackler Centre at the Victoria & Albert Museum. Via New at Pentagram.

From the ones I’ve seen this one by Studio Frith put a smile on my face :-).

Not a lot of design does that these days.


Go and have a look at Design Observer’s ‘Todays Images’ — always stimulating.


The French design publisher, Pyramyd Editions, has recently released a monograph of Post Typography’s work as part of Pyramyd’s Design&Designer series. Also their self curated show “Alphabet”: An Exhibition of Hand-Drawn Lettering & Experimental Typography is returning to Baltimore in April.


Friday Feb 6th. 6-10pm
Show runs till 6th march.

Electric Blue gallery

64 Middlesex st
London E1 7EZ
020 7247 5370



Back in late ’08 British graphic designers were asked to express their relationship with Tokyo in the form of a poster. The results formed an exhibition ‘How Very Tokyo’ curated by Studio Kanna. The prints are now available to buy from the Open Library shop. Bibliothéque, Spin, North and Browns amongst others contributed. Photos from the printers and exhibition can be seen at their Flickr set here. Via GC.

“If You Could’s” September prints are now available for the duration of this month and feature exclusives by Build and Andreas Samuelsson. As always they’re only available until the end of the month, so act quick or sign up for a reminder on the site

“If You Could” are pleased to announce their artists for the August set of prints are Rob Ryan and Jason Munn. As with previous months these prints will be available to pre-order for the the entire month of August and never again thereafter. All prints will be dispatched after the edition has been confirmed at the end of the month and they are printed and signed by the artists.

UK – £40 + p&p

Europe – €55 + p&p

Worldwide – $80 + p&p

Check out the latest pics of the Vormgevers reprint on press. Looking great. If you haven’t ordered yours…get them before they go forever. The attention to detail is incredible. Approved by Wim himself. Vormgevers reprint at Blanka.

WIWP Presents “Now Showing”
Exploring the Lost “Art” of the Film Poster.

COSH Gallery
Soho, London
Runs 30th May to 12th June

PV: Thursday 29th May

40+ Creatives were given the task of creating their own interpretation of a Cult, Classic or Obscure film poster from the past, whether it be a literal or abstract solution. The result is Now Showing, an Art exhibition paying homage to more than 70 years of film, through the form of Prints, One Off Screen Prints and Sculptures.

Artists who’s work will be on display include: Mr Ian Wright, Hellovon, Non Format, Corey Holms, Grandpeople, Marian Bantjes, Tomer Hanuka, Pure Evil, James Joyce, Michael Gillette and Many More.

Will and Alex come up trumps with another installment of their Limited Edition “If You Could” poster series for April, in the form of Joe Burrin & Tom Crabtree and Korner Union. They run out in 14 days!!

Students with skills. No pressure then!?!?

Nicked from FormFiftyFive.


This is the first preview of any submissions, created for the forthcoming film inspired design project “Now Showing”, curated by myself (WIWP). This one by “WeBuyYourKids” is one of latest to get sent in, and is their interpretation of the 1977 horror flick “Suspiria”. Really Nice! No fixed dates for the Launch yet, but I’m thinking April/May now.


I just received this in the post today. A really nice two colour hand silk-screen print by one of my favourite artists, Kate Gibb — created in conjunction with “If You Could”. It measures 700 x 500 mm in size, is signed / numbered and is on some seriously nice stock. This piece is now sold out, but they have just released 2 others by Anthony Burrill and Siggi Eggertsson.

Be quick, they expire in 19 days.


Developed with Dalton Maag, Tephra is a new type family based on the lower-case typeface designed by 8vo in 1994, for interact, a special issue of the American Center for Design Journal and later used for the 1997 Flux New Music Festival poster series.

To launch Tephra, a series of six prints designed by Hamish Muir is being produced in a limited edition of 50 sets. Format 100 x 70 cm, 2-colour silkscreen – a common base colour overprinted with a different colour metallic ink for each of the six designs.

The prints will be exhibited at Leagas Delaney, London, opening Wednesday 19th March 2008. For details of exhibition opening times, to buy Tephra or reserve a set of prints go to



Made in the Dark by Wallzo. Limited edition of 75 units only – exclusive to Blanka. Screenprinted grey on 3m celloglas bronze foil paper. Beautiful. 


RIP John Alvin! The man who created memorable images for movie posters, billboards and advertisements, including the two fingers touching above the Earth’s surface for “E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial,” died on Wednesday at his home in Rhinebeck, N.Y. He was 59. Check out his back catalogue.