Good Weird

Adam Pober

4 Stars

December 6, 2017

It's a bit difficult to review a book of posters. It's a collection of meta-posters with lo-fi artwork and design. That said, I kind of love this collection. Some of the posters are funny and accessible (missing cat, so bummed, burn your house down), some are obtuse (darkness at lunch), but the designs are cohesive enough that even if the specifics of the joke pass you by, the poster is familiar enough to be noticably off.

For the life of me, though, I can't figure out what to do with this. Do I keep it on my shelf as an art book? Tear out the fliers and post them? Photocopy them and create mass confusion? I'm sure I'll figure something out.