I like who the silhouette of the boy is an actual image of a city landscape. The image depicts a inner city neighborhood, and fits well with the title, "The American Dream", and also helps tell a story. Maybe of a young boy growing up in a rough neighborhood and then fulfills his american dream by adventuring out.

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Graphic design inspiration Source - Cool poster by "Dave" Love love looovvee the thought of putting the child silhouette with the city. Show cases the idea that we have the world in our hand for benefit as children- just like the American dream.

Love this poster design. It's creative to use the broken plate to form a tree shape. The negative space is working well in this one.

It's creative to use the broken plate to form a tree shape. The negative space is working well in contrasting with the plate. Also, the plate is shattered in the perfect way to create an interesting tree shape out of the dark background.

The way they use negative space to create the image of the mouse is really interesting to me. I almost didn't see the mouse at first. Creating something like that always seemed super difficult to me

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GRAPHIC DESIGN – POSTER – Poster illustrating the use of negative space to great effect. Clever use of positive and negative space!

Delicate Illustrations by Choi Mi Kyung – Fubiz Media

Delicate Illustrations by Choi Mi Kyung

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Snellen Eye Chart Reinvented for Designers

Nice archive of poster designs. 20th-century Soviet and Russian propaganda, advertising, and art posters, created between 1917 and 1991, offers a beautiful perspective on mid-century design and the modernist aesthetic from the other side of the Iron Curtain.

Gorgeous Vintage Soviet Art and Propaganda Posters

Emphasis Idea Nice archive of poster designs. Soviet and Russian propaganda, advertising, and art posters, created between 1917 and offers a beautiful perspective on mid-century design and the modernist aesthetic from the other side of the Iron Curtain.

Osaka-born designer Ryosuke Fukusada’s Wooden Light Bulb prototype.   “The traditional craft technique is the real value behind the bulb. More than just a lamp, the bulb means to preserve cultural heritage and man’s timeless link to his true roots, nature. It was wood that gave light and heat to the oldest of civilizations. This lovely illuminant contrivance is perhaps symbolic of that golden age.”

Designer Unveils Wooden Light Bulb

A wooden light bulb lamp by product and industrial designer Ryosuke Fukusada. The LED device is wrapped by a wafer-thin wooden shell.

Huber the Tuber, a Story of Tuberculosis, 1943  Harry A. Wilmer  This illustrated book was created for the National Tuberculosis Association by Harry Wilmer, who was at the time recovering from tuberculosis himself. The cautionary book chronicles the adventures of an anthropomorphic tubercle in The Promised Land o' Lung. In the image above, Huber the Tuber and his associates ride cough droplets to their next human victim.

Rare, Beautiful and Disturbing Objects From the National Library of Medicine

Huber the Tuber, a Story of Tuberculosis, 1943 Harry A. Wilmer This illustrated book was created for the National Tuberculosis Association by Harry Wilmer, who was at the time recovering from tuberculosis himself. The cautionary book chronicles the adventures of an anthropomorphic tubercle in The Promised Land o' Lung. In the image above, Huber the Tuber and his associates ride cough droplets to their next human victim.

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