Friday, April 25, 2008

All Colors Together




All I can tell you about these poster designs are that they are by a Brazilian graphic designer named Daniel Molin and I think they are inventive and brilliant - regardless of who you support!

12 comments:

Mark said...

Did you get the name right? I can't find this guy or his work anywhere...

The Year in Pictures said...

Yes. I've now made contact with him and we're discussing publishing a limited edition. I will post any updates on the blog.

Brack's Photo A Day said...

I like the top one best. I've noticed the majority of the art world (at least the blogging art world) definitely seems to be leaning towards Obama- which makes me happy.

Fredde Ahlstrom Cooney said...

Brilliant! If I look up "Graphic Design" that's what I want to see.

/Freddie

James said...

Amazing! I love good graphic design that eloquently makes a statement in a beautiful, artistic fashion.

OldSchoolLearning said...

I like them both. I too like the top one the best but I think the use of colors and the theme is great.

...and its not just because I'm voting for Obama

Anyway, you have a great blog and often write things in ways that make me take a second look

Mariya Lila V Shall said...

Simple is good - very clear. Black color makes it lonely and dramatic. It feels that “country is bleeding.” O, it just me?! ;-)

Anonymous said...

This is perfect. Form over substance.

Bran Dougherty-Johnson said...

Nice! Someone just sent this to me, it's a lot like a title sequence I did for PSST! Pass it on ... 2

http://psstpassiton.com/


Great minds!
Just glad it's for Obama.
;)

Anonymous said...

i thought that looked a little familiar...

The Year in Pictures said...

Lighten up, readers. Making the colors form a map of the U.S. is a totally different concept - especially as it applies to Obama.

Lazaro said...

I would love to add this to my office space... When are we going to see these available? Please let me know when they do. There's nothing more graphically poetic then this image