Football is a beautiful game – the World Cup the travelling play, the pitch the grand stage and the players the prima donnas whose roles determine each dramatic act that piques every single human emotion possible.
So it takes someone creative to reimagine the bill of each travelling play that happens once every four years around the world.
Invoking zetigeist, design culture, architecture and national cultures of the country’s time, creative director and graphic designer James Taylor reimagines World Cup posters.
Check out a selection of posters designed for 1930 to 2014. Brilliant stuff for the nostalgists. Check out the rest at the Pennarello website.
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