One Horse Town (Part II)

Since you all loved our last post so much, here's some more from the Cape Town duo One Horse Town. Can't be compared to The Ames Bros., but their stuff is breathing alive, at least slightly comical and always attractive.


Minsun Eo - Marvelous Night of Seoul

Amazing poster by Seoul's Minsun Eo for the Lighting Festival. Every segment of every shape and letter is as detailed to specific fill and stroke styles to a very minuscule level.

Tronco Produções



Minsun Eo - Works Made in Valencia



Adobe Design Achievement Awards winner Minsun Eo made this amazing poster that has received massive international attention. Who wouldn't be jealous of that kind of prestige for a flyer designer, but take a look at how detailed his work is and it's hard to say he doesn't deserve it.

HARD Haunted Mansion 2009

I'll admit that most rave flyers are trash. And especially the flyers for the HUGE, super-popular, and always-packed ones can get away with so-so stuff because the event and the headliners are an automatic sell out. But this year's flyer for Hard Haunted Mansion is pretty minimal for Halloween rave status. One can suppose that Deadmau5, Miodskeletor, Steve Aoki and Justice make this eye-catching enough.


Earth Dance - Hungary 2007


Karol Lasia
from the elite graphic designer spawning pool in Northwestern Europe aka The Netherlands.
Great use of intricate details and simplicity that weave together nicely.


Dance Right

Flyer for an event at La Cita in downtown Los Angeles.


Every1 Knows

Fantastic Four creative super group from Eastern Europe collaborate to come out with some kaleidoscopic work.

dey know.


Ed Price

Price twists the parameters of grunge styling and manipulates it to his will.


Nocturnal Festival 2007

In the spirit of the upcoming Nocturnal Festival in southern California, here's a pretty cool fold-out flyer from two years ago. As a multiple-page flyer it might seem to blend in with the other mini-books they pass out at night, but the front grabber image on the cover is pretty cool.

Kent Hernandez

Kent Hernadez has been putting out some flyer design goodness lately, most recently with his nonprofit flyer for "Local Motion" at the top. His flyers and posters really make good use of attractive colors and brilliant type. Check out more of his work at his blog.


Quim Marin

Some pleasing visuals from freelance designer Marin from Barcelona


Jeremy Sole @ The Continental Room

This flyer looks like an old record sleeve, but the color palette and the way the lines play together make it pretty cool