Best 100 posters from 2006

This post may be a little outdated, but I haven´t seen this page before, so I´m gonna post it, because perhaps some of you haven´t seen it also, and i think the quality is well worth it.
Here are the best 100 posters from 2006, according to [please insert name here, I don´t know german].
Here is also the link to the homepages of the winners, where you can further explore each individual participant.

Paula Scher: Moleskine notebook and interview at Monocle

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For over three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of the distinguished international design consultancy Pentagram since 1991.

Here is her notebook from Detour exhibition.

Also don´t miss her recent interview at Monocle.

The national identity of countries can shift radically and at a speed that leaves their inhabitants gasping. As the United States continues to suffer from low approval ratings all over the world, Paula Scher, one of the world’s leading graphic designers and a principal at Pentagram in New York, talks to Monocle editor-in-chief Tyler Brûlé about how the US needs to overhaul its image, brand promise, name and messaging.

Si Scott new work


Just amazing…:)
We have interviewed Si Scott on this blog approximately one year ago, and since then, he kept getting better and better.
He designed/illustrated & art directed this Resonate series,
for a new monthly music collective which is going to be released every month in a poster packaging format with a different animal each time.
Look at these “just arrived” images of some of his latest work.








Hot bunny for the cosh gallery exhibition – ‘that’s all folks – the bunny show’.




The Tank Theory one is for a high end T-shirt brand in New York (the design is made up out of naked women).

Flip it 180 and look at the chin it is a women on her back – and where the horns join the head also.

Si Scott Studio