Karl Escritt’s poster
When Build designed a poster for monthly musical shindig Get Involved that invited people to quite literally get involved – with the poster – he probably never expected he’d get to see the results of other peoples’ involvement. However, thanks to the combined power of blog post + myspace bulletin, dozens of you requested the “blank” file in order to get stuck in. Here are the 40+ posters that have been returned to us so far. Please be patient as it will take a little while for the full post to arrive on your screen. And get your scrolling finger warmed up…
No Evil, by Zurich-based studio unfolded
I Love You, also by unfolded
Sent in by Rob Cordiner
Melvyn Lim’s (of 2manydesigners) submission
Sent in by Mark Murphy of Surely?
It’s good to get away – something Jamie Newland knows…
Would have loved this graphic on a T-shirt at Glastonbury… Help by James Joyce of One Fine Day
Adam Williams of Studio-AP wants to build a house…
Sally Walton’s poster. Sally makes wonderful bags out of recycled materials and is a keen campaigner against horrid plastic bags. Visit www.carry-a-bag.com to find out more
A nice chap called Graeme Stephenson of TPW Design Consultants sent this in. You may not be able to read the text bottom left – it basically says hello – in 20 different languages
All The Fun of the Fair – by the Get Involved DJs themselves who couldn’t resist getting involved
Illustrator Robert Hanson sets himself a resolution…
Aw, weddings are so magical. Poster by artist Roo Walton. Er, please don’t mug brides. Thank you
That Mr Bingo – he loves to draw. He just can’t help himself
Jo Spencer likes a sea-view
Sydney-based Jeremyville will quite literally collaborate with anyone, anywhere. Don’t believe it? You should, IdN recently published The Jeremyville Sessions, a weighty tome detailing some of the huge variety of projects Jeremyville’s worked on in collaboration with various artists, companies and events. He sent this to us almost immediately after the blog post about the project was posted
Jon Burgerman is a full-time, professional doodler. Great to see him getting involved with this, not once, but twice (above and below)
Illustrator and artist Von‘s message is simple.
Lewis-based artist Pearl Bates sent in a couple of posters – this and the one below
Design studio Intercity sent this earlier today
by Kerry Roper
Well, that really is / was the mother of blog posts. Thank you for looking through them all – and thank you to all of you who got involved and to Michael at Build for creating a poster that so many of you responded to.
Remember the If You Could exhibition launches this Thursday night at exposure Gallery and Get Involved itself takes place at The Social this Thursday night at The Social, 5 Little Portland Street, London W1. 7pm-1am. Free entry.