Lot Lot otherworldly posters

Oslo music festival Lot Lot returns for dates in August this year, with another great set of themed posters designed by studio, All Tomorrow’s

Oslo music festival Lot Lot returns for dates in August this year, with another great set of themed posters designed by studio, All Tomorrow’s

This year the planets which make up the “habitable zone” of the Kepler-62 system and the theories of 16th-century astronomer Johannes Kepler drive the theme of the posters, which are illustrated by Kristian Hammerstad.

Lot Lot is a four day series of events run in association with Øyafestivalen, that takes place in Oslo, Norway over one evening in June and three nights in August. More information on artists and dates at lotlot.no.

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