The National Concert Poster by Doublenaut

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The National at Massey Hall / 18″ x 24″ print

Doublenaut serves up a haunting piece of imagery for this concert poster created for the National’s recent show in Toronto. The artwork was inspired by  “Anyone’s Ghost” and “Terrible Love”, two songs found on the group’s latest release. The poster sold out fairly quickly at Doublenaut’s shop, but there are still a few available over at the Poster Cabaret.


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Crap. It’s boring! The silhouette has no idea behind it! The type is nice that’s about it.

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I like it. I like how the flower connects the two profiles. Haunting is a good description and it’s not necessarily because of the element of the ghostly outline. It is the impression of the two faces, the flower and the single petal falling to represent the eye of the lower face which makes it haunting to me. I’m not familiar with the songs but I get the feeling that they describe the beginning, middle and end of a relationship. Nice work.

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I like it a lot. It is a very nice, cohesive, interesting, piece of design.

We have art prints of this poster available in our shop if anyone missed out on the gig poster but liked the artwork:

thanks grain edit for the love!

what’s the typeface being used for “national”?