Before the lights go down and you settle in to watch your first film at the Maryland Film Festival, you’ve already seen them — the ubiquitous festival posters that pop up around Baltimore in the weeks leading up to the event. They’re “almost unavoidable,” says Bruce Willen of Post Typography, the Baltimore design studio that’s created the film festival posters the past two years. Willen, who heads Post Typography with longtime collaborator Nolen Strals, discussed the inspiration for this year’s poster, the design process and more in a Q&A with The Darkroom.
Posters of the Maryland Film Festival, 1999-2012, in the Baltimore Sun, with Bruce Willen and Nolen Strals of Post Typography!Published May 10, 2012 Uncategorized
Tags: 2012 Maryland Film Festival, Bruce Willen, Nolen Strals, Post Typography