Phoster is a simple to use design app which lets you create, share and even print, custom made poster designs using your iPad. With a simple to use interface and a wide selection of ready to use templates, fonts, colors, and filters, Phoster makes it incredibly easy for anyone to create attractive poster designs effortlessly in just a few intuitive steps. Phoster also lets you add images to your design so you can take advantage of that beautiful high resolution camera on the new iPad.
An alphabetical primer on the wonders of typography, including serifs, hooks, diacritics, spines, ligatures, and more.
Today we have a beautiful geometric sans-serif font by Lauren Thompson. A bit of retro, a bit of modern, a perfect balance. Subtle and a welcome change from Helvetica
Here is a great selection of free icons by Endless Studio.
Graphic designer Brandon Shaefer created faux movie posters for about two dozen popular films. I like his stark, minimalist, two-dimensional style.
The Priester poster was designed by Lucian Bernhard in 1906 for a poster competition sponsored by Berlin’s Priester Matches Company. The poster won first prize, and at the age of 18 Bernhard had created the first Sachplakat, or object poster, which spawned the movement Plakatstil (poster style).
A superb selection of vintage American travel posters. Ground-breaking and iconic illustration at it’s best!
Adelaida is a brand new handwritten font, designed in a light weight, uppercase, condensed style. Designed by Giuseppe Salerno.
Gemma Correll is an Illustrator from Norwich, UK. You might have seen her iconic t-shirt and posters around. Her love for pugs is infectious.
A brilliant and truly hands-on poster designed by Roland Reiner Tiangco.