Okay, so I have some new designs to add to this post of truly amazing postcard and flyer 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!
Disco Fever – exquisite photoshop and digital work by Juan Juncosa
Simply stunning – design work by Alberto Russo
Surreal, beautiful, wonderful digital design by Velckro
The detail in this “textured” digital design by Luishøck Martínez is incredible
Sublime piece of photoshopping from Ed Price
Another brilliant digital design from Ed Price
Ed Price again with his amazing digital work!
Superb illustration and design by Reuben Rosh
This retro 80’s inspired design by thomas kuriatko is outstanding
Batoul et Mehdi Dahmane is taking digital design and typography to a whole nother level with this design!
A super cool illustration design from Alberto Russo
Alex Tass’ brilliant and progressive flyer design
Another of Alex Tass’ stunning design and concept
Superb vector illustration and design by Sandro Tanneberger
Sublime design by Christoph Ruprecht
WOW! This excuisite design by Nuno Serrãoa even has a schematic on the back on how to build a paper plane.
Vivid surreal brilliance from Nebojsa Cvetkovic
Cool as a cucumber design by graffiti artist formatbrain
Ericka Coella has created a brilliant retro design – faded colors and 1970’s style imagery make this flyer super-cool
This flyer by Ragnar Freyr is actually a poster that’s been cleverly folded to act as both a flyer and “fold-out-poster.” The geometric design is really futuristic in a retro way! A seriously sophisticated piece of graphics.
Geo Law’s brilliant illustration of people interacting with cool little characters captures the feeling of a “bygone age in a new world” aesthetic. I love this design style!
1960’s illustration meets modern-day flyer in this amazing piece of design by Rubens Scarell. The use of type and fontstyle in this flyer is seriously “groovy”.
Chameleon – Octopus Illustration from Super Silo on Vimeo.
This is part of a series of self promotional works by artist, Mogollon. As I’ve said before on this blog, putting your work on postcards is a really effective way of promoting yourself – especially if your work is this good!
This is another self-promotional art-on-postcard design that showcases Christophe Remy’s uniquely brilliant and edgy design and artwork
Total eye-candy design from Christoph Ruprecht – full of childlike wonderment! The typography is so amazing in this flyer. I love designs in which the designer creates fantastic interaction between the design and the textual design elements.
A digital piece of artwork that combines well-known images, monster icons, and other “funky stuff” in a sweet design!
Super photomanipulation and design aesthetic
Retro design beauty
Awesome illustration and design with a beautiful message
Incredibly cool, and elegant (great club flyers don’t have to be busy!)
A sublimely beautiful and complex digital piece
Thanks to some excellent photoshopping, I would expect this club to be a really classy joint
love this “propaganda” style flyer artwork
This tiger design is really eyecatching – the minimal colors and subtle effects are stunning
Great vector Illustration – brilliantly subtle color pallette
A more edgy design – far more interesting than the typical “sexy girl flyer” design
Incredible Photoshop skills displayed in this fantastic design
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!