35 of the most Inspirational flyer & postcard designs
Okay, so I have some new designs to add to this post of truly amazing postcard andflyer designs. I think the latest crop of designs to be included in this post are some of the most original and beautiful pieces of design you’ll see ANYWHERE! These designs that represent a more artistic and Avant-garde approach to flyer design should inspire you in your own design work.
We can all use a little inspiration every now and then. I hope the following list of exceptional designs from around the web will convince you to do something brilliant yourself!
I hope you too have been inspired by some truly exceptional flyer designs. The one thing that all these flyer designs have in common is that they have tried to be a little more unique and different! I’ve purposely not included that typical “hot girl in bikini” style flyer and shown you a subtler, more thoughtful flyer. When creating your own flyers, my advice is to be bold but try not to be too obvious!
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These are some great fantastic looking flyers! My favorite is the one with the cassette tape! The colors are just splendid!
heya – and thanks for featung my work 😉
You’re welcome – we love your work! If you ever want to promote any more of your design work, feel free to contact me via the contact us link in the upper right-hand column of this site!
glad you like…
ill definately let you know when i have some more fresh stuff for you ;D
Wow! Some amazing work. We are drawn to the organic headphone design. We would love to use this as a promotional piece for our growing company. Is this design available for sale?
Great list, the best one is the one for the “classy joint”! The lights are somehow fascinating.
Gave me some great inspiration 🙂
Thanks for sharing these! I love it, so amazing! However, I have never had a client that would 1. spend the money for the time to create such beautiful pieces and 2. would not back away from the artistic excellence and edginess. That’s why I paint, to express free creativity. I love graphic design, but I do envy the artists that can combine their soul with both work and expression in the paying design world.
Hi Susan, I think there is some truth to what you’re saying, that SOME clients won’t pay for great design work but that is not the rule. I’ve created some major design pieces that have been massive undertakings! Weeks of work, infact, to create one brilliant piece! It depends on the client (and size of the clients budget.) For instance, I’ve done a couple of design projects for one of the major record labels (POS pieces, and CD covers, etc) that “no expense was spared” on the project and my time was not under scrutiny. In contrast, I’ve also worked for companies whose strict budgeting didn’t allow for any real detailed thought or design concept! But don’t get me wrong, something “simple and quick” can sometimes produce amazing results. Depends on the designer and the client, and the information you receive from the client, and the relationship you have with the client, and the stars aligning at the right time….etc,etc! This blog post we did on a similar topic may be of interest to you: http://overnightprints.com/blog/managing-design-projects/
These are hot. Party flyers often go unseen.
Loving this mix here, fave definitely the second one!
Great looking flyers!…….I liked seeing the video showing the photoshop and illustrator techniques on the Chameleon piece.
I love it, very inspiring!
Sweet round up.
I’m amazed at how much effort is put into ephemera like this.
One man’s ephemera is another man’s masterpiece!
beautiful! i need to step it up now 🙂
Awesome and inspiring for sure…
5th from the bottom… “propaganda” Perfectly Simplistic.
I love the new layout. Very eye catching, visually structured and professional. It’s easier for my eye to define the areas of the brochure, whereas Larry’s original flyer design was more of a collage of fonts and images.
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