The dawn of radio, followed by television and now the Internet, made printed advertisements secondary to the infinitely more powerful digital broadcast media.
Oversize posters, with their attention grabbing designs and graphic appeal, were once a key component of any successful ad campaign, but that just isn't so today.
So, it was with great (albeit tongue-in-cheek) interest that Nicholas Lowry, director of Swann's poster department, came across this fictional advertising campaign online. Other poster lovers are sure to adore the design sensibilities of these minimal Star Wars galaxy posters too. They're out of this world.
Labels: modernist posters, Nicholas Lowry, posters, Star Wars