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This is a good example of how to use black space in posters or atworks, and the random spots of colour make the poster very eye catching. this poster stands out to me because of the image of the tree coming down from the top of it and the type that blends in to the image.

i like how the flowers stand out against the dark blue. The bike seems kind of random and I feel like it would look better without it.

I really like the different shapes they have used to put the photos in to create a bit of order but it is disorderly through the way they are randomly placed.

fun hand lettering by Mary Kate McDevitt invitations for older people ;)

layout inspiration like the minimal approach by using lots of white space, a small image, and minimal text.

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Typographic poster design

Page design from GQ magazine Design Director Fred Woodward, Art Director Anton, Designer Delgis Canahuate, Director of Photography Dora Somosi, Photo Editor Jesse Lee

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