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Gorgeous Punk Rock and Swiss Modernism Posters

Posters like the ones we are presenting today are really hard to find. Today we showcase the best posters we have ever seen which are created by Mike Joyce who is a graphic designer from New York City. Mike has started an ongoing project called Swissted in which he has created more than 200 posters inspired by punk rock and swiss modernism. Arent these the most beautiful poster designs you have ever seen?

Swissted is an ongoing project by graphic designer mike joyce, owner of stereotype design in new york city. drawing from his love of punk rock and swiss modernism, two movements that have (almost) nothing to do with one another, mike has redesigned vintage punk, hardcore, and indie rock show flyers into international typographic style posters. each design is set in berthold akzidenz grotesk medium, all lowercase. every single one of these shows actually happened.

Mike Joyce was born in the host summer of 1972 in Troy, New York rendering him Troy-Bilt, just as reliable as the company’s signature rototiller. Thirty years later Mike foundedStereotype Design in New York City, a graphic design studio developing projects for commercial, cultural and corporate clients. Stereotype’s work has been featured in over forty publications including Print Magazine’s 30 under 30, exhibited in art directors club’s first young guns show and also selected for the permanent collection of the library of congress.

In 2004 Mike gladly returned the favor to the ADC by co-charing Young Guns 4. Mike has also judged awards shows for the type directors club annual, art directors club annual, the alex awards and finally the toronto based Coupe Magazine.

In 2005 Stereotype licensed a line of typographic t-shirts to 2k Gingham, a cutting-edge LA clothing company. The t-shirts, based on TV Guide movie summaries are sold in speciality boutiques around the world. The following years the shirts were transformed into a multimedia art installation in the The Netherlands titled “A thousand things”.

Mike also teaches typographic and design to third and fourth year students at the school of visual arts and may be the only graphic designer with absolutely no interest in collecting sneakers.

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