Tip of the Iceberg Poster


I love this poster done by Dou­ble Stan­dards for a pho­tog­ra­phy exhibit. Great use of the pho­tog­ra­phy and the over­lay­ing of the type gives it a nice sense of depth. Def­i­nitely check out the rest of their work.        

8 Comments on "Tip of the Iceberg Poster"

  • Harry Mueller says

    Very nice use of typog­ra­phy and the posi­tion­ing is just right.

  • johno says

    Absolutely gor­geous. Those colours!

  • Gordon says

    Very mys­te­ri­ous 神秘感!

  • Rob says

    Hey! Where did they get a photo of my girl­friend from?!

  • This is the third time I’ve looked come across this post in my RSS reader or through other chan­nels. Usu­ally I’d just skip over any­thing I’ve seen already, but I keep click­ing through just to see the full image. I like it more each time.

  • Hard to believe, but it gets even bet­ter if you under­stand Ger­man. Left: “New pho­tog­ra­phy from Finland” — Right: “On the Peak of the Ice­berg”, and then your eye starts look­ing for the peak…

  • Ah, crap. Maybe I should have read the title of the post before post­ing my smart ass com­ment. Just got too excited. (Please delete)

  • Michael says

    It’s funny — I remem­ber dis­tinc­tively one of my col­lege pro­fes­sors denounc­ing the idea of hav­ing a photo with copy and ‘call­ing it a day.’ I knew what he was get­ting at, but I’ve always loved typog­ra­phy more than com­plex graph­ics and knew it could work when exe­cuted prop­erly. This is a bril­liant poster.