I announced it a month back, and now the fifth edition of the “Cafe Pause Poster Series” is finally up at the entrance of the cafe. Again, huge thanks to Luis for doing this — it’s a great way to kick off 2010 at Cafe Pause! You can better see the poster here, as well […]
I’m very happy to be able to share the latest entry in my “Cafe Pause Poster Series” (#5), a contribution by Amsterdam-based art director Luis Mendo. You know about the Tokyo map he just produced for the next issue of Journal de Nîmes, and now here’s also his homage to the cafe. The concept revolves […]
Ian has some work featured in the just-released Visual Language for Designers: Principles for Creating Graphics that People Understand, and one of examples is the poster he originally created for my Cafe Pause poster series.
A new season means it’s time for a new entry in the “Cafe Pause Poster Series” (#4), this time by Tokyo-based illustrator Josh McKible. Huge thanks to Josh for the contribution. Below, a look at the poster as seen in the cafe‘s entrance.
So there you have it, Shantell‘s poster for the Cafe Pause series is now up. I’ve already noticed a few people spend a bit of time looking at it, trying to pick up all the details that went into it. You can better see it here.
Gigantic thanks to Shantell Martin for creating what will be the third poster for the Cafe Pause Series I started earlier this year — previous posters were created by Ian Lynam and PMKFA. I will get it printed early this week, so it should be greeting visitors to the cafe soon enough.
Today I put up the second poster in the “Cafe Pause Poster Series,” replacing the previous one that was designed by Ian Lynam. The new poster is by PMKFA. Thanks, Micke! Below is a better a look at the poster.
Instead of having an empty signboard at the entrance of Cafe Pause, I decided to start a seasonal poster series. First up, a contribution from Tokyo-based graphic designer Ian Lynam. Below is a better look at the poster. Thanks, Ian!