Shy Posters #1

I’ve started a small series of experimental print/typographic posters. They’re really difficult to take pictures of and don’t work as a digital version which makes this post a bit pointless…

They’re completely back with a mix of black, registration ink and over printing. As it takes more than one glance to see past the black, I see the posters as being shy and have lines to reflect this.

A few pictures trying to show the 2 posters that use different printing techniques

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6 thoughts on “Shy Posters #1

  1. June says:

    Reminds me of the Spinal Tap black album cover, “it’s black!” great idea!

  2. danmackey says:

    Thank you! I wish they photographed better, as look really effective in person

  3. […] wanted to follow-up on a previous post  on typographic posters I designed to play around with printing techniques on black. This time I […]

  4. cfchai says:

    I love this idea!!

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