Urbanized posters by Build

Gary Hustwit’s new documentary film Urbanized, about the design of cities, premiered last week at the Toronto International Film Festival. Build has designed the identity for the film, the official poster and a set of four limited-edition prints…

Gary Hustwit’s new documentary film Urbanized, about the design of cities, premiered last week at the Toronto International Film Festival. Build has designed the identity for the film, the official poster and a set of four limited-edition prints…

Urbanized is the third film in Hustwit’s design film trilogy, following the hugely popular Helvetica and Objectified. It will screen in the UK in October: visit the website at urbanizedfilm.com for more details. Build has designed a two-sided poster for the film, shown above. The limited-edition silkscreen prints (below) are A2 in size and printed on super-bright Colorplan stock in a numbered edition of 100. They retail at $125 each (or $400 for all four) and can be ordered via the Urbanized site.

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