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  • Maria Sirvent

    NAXART Graphic Design Posters

  • Margo Emily

    Alfred 24x24, $35, now featured on Fab. [Watercolor art print, Alfred Hitchcock, NAXART]

  • Kiyomi Ohashi

    Alfred 36x36 by Naxart Studio

  • Kasey Blaustein

    Hitchcock Psycho Poster 36x36 by NAXART < Return to NAXART 20 $56fab $80 retail price QuantityAdd to Cart Just thinking about his movies makes you shudder. And the shower scene?--Forget about it. The chills. The Alfred Hitchcock poster pays homage to the great director and his classic movie, Pyscho. Whether for your office or your living space, the visually stunning graphics of this piece will transform a modest wall into inspired space.

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#Hitchcock out of the fridge (1953) FLOC´H. Livret Couverture #LIFE Identifiant : 17427. Type : Objet 2D. Catégorie: Carte. Auteur: #Floch. Editeur : Carton editions. Dimensions : H : 150 mm / L : 105 mm. Aspect : Polychrome. Date sortie : 09/1985. Matière(s) : Papier. Cote : non coté. Autres info : Certificat Numéroté. Signé 15 couvertures pour LIFE. Préface de Jean-Luc Fromental.

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(by Ohara Hale on Flickr )I like this design because I like its illustrative nature. I also think that the two fonts are done well and in proportion-- it is easy to overdue handwriting-like fonts such as these. The information is displayed well and you can get a feeling for the design's purpose.