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The West End Show by Radim Malinic

Inspiration, Resources | Feb 9, 2012

For the past few years, we’ve been admiring Radim Malinic’s work, and his bold stunning illustrations have been gracing our website since its very beginnings.

Malinic is a leading London graphic designer and illustrator. In his latest project, The West End Show, he explores the magical and bustling part of the capital in a series of elaborately illustrated poster designs, bringing together classic old century design with the dazzling neon future of the 22nd century.

Through a combination of bold typography, illustration and poetry, each piece tells the delicate story of classic design over-shadowed by the limitless offerings of this exciting city.

Malinic interprets his love for London by exploring the true characters of the real life musical that is London’s West End. ‘The West End Show’ offers an inspiring touch of nostalgia for the frenetic capital resident.

The show is now open to public at Nancy Victor Gallery, London, admission is free until March 2. Check out the promo video and the posters after the jump…

The show is now open to public at Nancy Victor Gallery, London, admission free until March 2. Limited edition prints and merchandise are now sold at the gallery, online store fully opens on March 3.

Please share your comments on Malinic’s work below…

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  • Anonymous

    going thr tommorrow/////// yeahh

  • http://www.webdesignerdepot.com Walter

    Let us know how you liked it :)

  • Anonymous

    There’s a good chance I’m going to be popping into London over the next few weeks, I may have to go and check this out if I do!

    I think my favourites are Mayfair, it looks as opulent as the area itself. I also love the Trafalgar Square, Soho and The Strand too.

    One, two, maybe even all of these prints would go very nicely in my study.

  • http://webhosting.gen.nz/ Web Hosting

    nice prints, would make good wall art :)

  • http://nnpcto.kz/ Sergio

    Improbably beautifully and during too time it is very simple as all ingenious

  • http://www.webtemplates-creare.com/ Paul Weston

    Thought this was a very interesting and
    inspiring collection. I work in web but like to look at different
    aspects of design for my inspiration and I found it in this work. I
    think these pieces are beautiful to look at and are very powerful. I
    love the use of colour and how the typography works with the images
    and layout. Great collection and I will be looking more into his
    work.