36 Astonishing Inspirational Posters That You Shouldn’t Miss

Bram Vanhaeren is a 21 year old graphic designer from Belgium. His portfolio is simply impressive and his style is magnificent. The project that we are introducing to you today is called ‘An Idea Everyday’  and it started  on the 20th of November 2011 – to end  only on 12th of January(2012) During the time, Bram has created 36 astonishing posters that he is currently putting on sale. While other graphic designers sale for profit, Bram main objective is to gather money in order to host an exhibition.
 
The posters you’ll see are based mainly on typography, and Bram shows really great potential in the field. Besides the gorgeous typography, the Belgium based graphic designer has selected some extraordinary powerful motivational quotes. e.g. (Patience, I will Become What I know I am –Day 35 or Be Who you are + Say it – Day 28 etc.)  Therefore, I advise you to read them carefully. Nevertheless, enjoy, be inspired and if you will like this article then please share it with your friends or community! Many thanks! Cheers!
 
P.S. For those of you who love typography, you might want to take a look at 10 Cool Fonts That You Should Use10 Outstanding Typography Examples or 28  Gorgeous Typography Examples.
 

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3 Comments

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  3. Nick Dreiling   •  

    Great stuff. That little mask/faint white specs is a great touch. Is it a mask, a vector?

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