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Rob Ricketts — Graphic Design & Typography
"A series of informative posters detailing how some of the most notable drum sequences were programmed using the Roland TR-808 Drum Machine. Each sequence has been analyzed and represented as to allow users to re-programme each sequence, key for key." Gorgeous. (If I had to pick, I'd take Voodoo Ray - which is a lovely piece of drum programming amongst many other things).
art  design  music  drummachine  808  techno  posters 
march 2012 by infovore
Movies From An Alternate Universe on the Behance Network
"I went forward with this theme; what if movies we were all familiar with were made a different slice of time? Who would be in it? Who would direct it?" These are marvellous, not just for the art, but for the casting and direction calls. Friedkin's "Terminator"; Peckinpah's "Wolverine"; John Ford's "Drive" starring James Dean. Perfect.
movies  hollywood  art  posters  concept 
january 2012 by infovore
Cool Stuff: Olly Moss’s Poster Remakes | /Film
These are lovely. The more I think about this, the more I like his Die Hard poster.
design  film  movies  graphicdesign  posters  remake 
january 2009 by infovore
ANTREPO4.COM OUTPUT REPORT: Movie Posters with brand integration
"Alternate movie posters about film brand integration." Beautiful, typographically speaking, and definitely honest.
typography  design  branding  productplacement  posters  movies 
october 2008 by infovore
Travel Posters of Other Times | The Ministry of Type
"These travel posters by Steve Thomas, Amy Martin and Adam Levermore-Rich promote travel to exotic eras and destinations, such as the Crimson Canyons of Mars, Tranquil Miranda, or the Winter Wonderland of the Ice Age." Beautiful.
travel  art  design  sciencefiction  imagination  futurist  posters 
october 2008 by infovore
Jacknife Posters | Home
Beautiful, traditional screenprinted posters, as seen at End of the Road. Want to get my hands on some of these.
posters  design  screenprint  music 
september 2007 by infovore

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