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What is a Poster?

spiderman eyes graphic Our friendly neighborhood dictionary defines it as:

1⋅ a large printed picture or notice used for decoration or advertisement.
Oxford Dictionaries Online

Daytime moon framed by autumn maple leaves is captioned:  	“blue moon” A squirrel sits atop a hydro pole protectively clutching a nut: 
	captioned — “Mine.  All Mine.”

Lothlaurien Poster Design

Lothlaurien Graphic Art & Design Studio knows when to colour outside the lines.

And sometimes small is better. If space is at a premium a mini-poster can be more effective than a handbill. Posters come in all shapes and sizes — everything is relative.

Gone are the days when a poster had to be printed with ink on a broadsheet and affixed to a post.
In the virtual world posters can be printed with light and colour and affixed to a web page.


Bright yellow rubber ducky floats in technicolor water A small child studies a bright yellow dandelion: From the latin “dens leonis” Lion's Tooth


COMMUNITY: sharing Spaces, resources and ideas: LINUX CAFFE CD Release Party Poster Concert in the Park - Tuesday Nights July 7th - August 25th, 2009 Preserve Victoria Glen picnic poster


A collie dog's plea in an outdoor bath A man poses as a Knight


EDSS 2007 Hepworth Country Music Festival - 1971 Little John and Crispin the Dull smile big


The image of a sun flare in an achingly blue sky above the trees is captioned: 
	“Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts.”
	— Rachel Carson Sunset on the Avon is captioned: “Memory feeds Imagination.” — Amy Tan A sun flare through a twilit trees is captioned: 
	“We are all in the gutter but some of us are looking at the stars.” — Oscar Wilde An image of subburban sprawl is captioned: 
	“Progress might have been all right once but it's gone on too long.” — Ogden Nash A young man gives the statue of William Shakespeare an exuberant thumbs up with the caption: 
	“Be not afraid of greatness some are born great, some achieve greatness, 
	and some have greatness thrust upon them.”
	— William Shakespeare