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Posterzine, Issue 50 | OBEY GIANT x SNO

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A gorgeous A1 (594x841mm) format poster which folds down into an A4 monograph, lithographically printed by PRESSISION LTD onto quality G.F.SMITH Naturalis papers, using two (or more) special Pantone ink colours. Posterzine features a new creative each month, showcasing some of the best designers, brands and artists in the industry who we believe, are currently at the forefront of visual culture today.  This monthly poster is registered with the BRITISH LIBRARY as a publication with it’s own ISSN number — featured on WeTRANSFER, PRINT WEEK, DIGITAL ARTS, magCULTURE, STACK, CREATIVE REVIEW and PRINTED MATTER.


In this issue:

The 50th issue of Posterzine™ marks a wonderful milestone for us. What once started as a supplement to our Print Isn’t Dead magazine, it’s immediate success meant that Posterzine has become a thing of its own and has featured some of leading visual artists across the globe. For this EPIC issue, we feature OBEY GIANT’s creative design studio Studio Number One owned by contemporary street artist, graphic designer, activist and illustrator Shepard Fairey.

Read a VERY exclusive interview with Shepard Fairey who is also celebrating his 30-year career milestone, reflecting on what he thinks is still important in the graphic design industry, talking about his creative roles in his business and reflecting on his successful career as a creative. “Creating something that literally changes the cityscape is the ultimate expression of one of my driving impulses” — Shepard Fairey.


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