A modern circus poster for a modern circus (“men, muscles and motors”) – just like many of its historic precursors, it is not exactly an example for fine typography, but rather a loud mix of numerous flashy letterstyles, rivaled by eye-catching imagery. I have included it here because I am fond of Metalista. Tomáš Brousil created this pseudo-blackletter “as a sign of undying admiration of the persistency of metal culture” (Suitcase Type Foundry) and made it available for free.
Flic Flac Poster
Source: http://www.grafisch.de. Grafisch. License: All Rights Reserved.
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