Advertising posters are just awesome. Today's I just gathered awe-inspiring advertising posters. As you saw we earlier posted different types of poster designs
The Print Ad titled Coca-Cola Light: Lemon Peel was done by Publicis Amsterdam advertising agency for product: Coca-cola Light Lemon (brand: Coca-cola) in Netherlands.
The Best from the London Design Festival
London London double-decker bus logo - poster by Quentin Newark for London Design Festival 2009 [combination of one person's caption with part of another's]
Poster: Civilian victims of war have a right to quality health care.
Curious Matter Bookmarks by The Bakery
Two Novels In One Image "Harry Potter and Troy" - A brilliant ad campaign for Colsubsidio Book Exchange by advertising agency that illustrates two different stories within a single image. “Come with one story; leave with another.
Designed by Maxwell Billings, student ad concept for Warby Parker Tap the link to check out fidgets and sensory toys!
Black & Blaze Coffee: Pause-Play Ad by Inhalt&Form Werbeagentur BSW, Zurich, Switzerland. Client: The Black & Blaze Coffee Roasting Company.
Nadia This film poster created by a man named Joseph Ling shows the famous beauty mark of Marilyn Monroe. The beauty mark, along with her bold, pink lips, shows the constrained view of what Marilyn Monroe looks like.
Graphic design inspiration
Hopscotch Music Festival Poster DESCRIPTION: Colourful, bright and fun music poster design. The overall style reflects the genre of the music festival well; indie, rock & roll, country, etc.
Art for fun poster music illustration piano POSTERS on Behance
Beautiful Poster Designs
Posters / Logo Poster design created by Taxi Studio for IAMs upcoming festival, 123 Years: The Best of British Music
Just a couple of lines and shapes creating depth and a bike. Bauhaus - Graphic Design 2010 by Kenneth Crispus, via Behance
“ advertisement of Durex: To like without sharing.
Explosive Flavour - Tabasco campaign by Kieran Child @ BA Creative Advertising, Falmouth University
This is using the Gestalt principle where we are using positive and negative space. The negative space of the coffee cup is actually a person talking and the top of the coffee cup comes out to be a thought bubble.