On his expertly curated site eyseaposters.com, James Dyer has amassed an impressive array of Polish film and political posters by the likes of Wiktor Gorka, Waldemar Swierzy, Andrzej Krajewski, Franciszek Starowieyski, and Jerzy Flisak.
If you have a DSLR, there is a good chance you have or had a 50mm prime lens in your camera bag, After all, the 50mm standard prime lens is one of the most popular prime lens because of it's close to human eye vision angle and it's relatively affordable price. There are quite a few different…
Designer Nick Barclay explores the limits of visual metaphors by creating extremely minimal movie posters that consist of only circles. However impossible the concept may seem at first, Barclay's artworks prove that less is indeed more.
In the late 1950s, advertising legend Bill Bernbach came up with the idea of pairing art directors and copywriters into teams. The strategy worked and DDB ended up creating some of the most iconic work of that era.
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