12 Simple (But Stylish) Poster Designs
Let's get minimal, minimal!

Sara Barnes

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Does complicated = creative? I don’t think so.

These minimalist posters show us with the right blend of simplicity and style, you can achieve maximum creativity. By often using symbolism to tell their story, these designs quickly illustrate exactly what they’re about without spelling it out for the viewer.

Just like in selecting simple poster text, minimalist design helps bring out the essence of your message and allows for the viewers’ imagination and emotions to be interpreted for them.

There’s a beauty in this practice, and by using these 12 posters for inspiration, you’ll find you can be impactful without having to go overboard.


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Sometimes more is too much, too cluttered and not fun to look at. It’s visually overwhelming. Minimalism, on the other hand, picks and chooses what’s in its compositions. With everything being important and without adding anything superfluous, creativity can fully take center stage.

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About the Author
Sara Barnes
Sara Barnes
Sara Barnes is a creative person living in Baltimore, Md. She loves embroidery, collaboration and the Web. For the past three and a half years, she's maintained the blog Brown Paper Bag. Updated daily, she shares textiles, illustration, design, products and more. In addition to blogging, she also enjoys collaborating with people everywhere, planning like Sampler, a love letter to contemporary embroidery, and the Collage Scrap Exchange, which pairs collage artists around the world. Follow her on Google+, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and Tumblr.

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