Posted in Design by
Anthony Hortin
(Updated: November 12, 2011)

The Australian Graphic Design Association (AGDA) quite often produces posters to advertise their various events or conferences they are supporting, which are then sent out to each of their members. They’re usually of an extremely high quality. The one that I received today is no exception and thought that it needed to be shared.

This particular poster is to advertise ICOGRADA Design Week being held in Brisbane (Queensland, Australia) on October 11-17 2010. Through the theme of ‘Optimism’, Icograda Design Week Brisbane 2010 aims to promote dialogue on issues shaping the nature and relevance of communication design practice today.

The poster was designed by the talented folk at Studio Bomba.

Bomba is a studio of brand boffins that spend every last second of their work-a-day life thinking about how people can best use design to close the gap between ‘?’ and ‘!’.

You can click on the image below to view a larger PDF version. The PDF was created by taking numerous scans of the A1 sized poster. The original poster was printed on 120gsm ecoStar 100% PCW:FSC CoC: paper made Carbon Neutral from Raleigh Paper.

I’d love to here what you think of this graphic or if you’ve seen any others of late that are particularly clever, leave a comment and let me know.