typographic posters

I have started to design some typographic posters that are designed in the same style as the popular "Here's to the crazy ones..." poster. I am looking for pointers and design tips when it comes to making a typographic poster with many different fonts and typefaces. What are some basic things I should know when it comes to designing for print? I have designed many different things for online work but this will be my first venture into the world of print.

Any tips or suggestions will be appreciated!

Hello all,

I'm very pleased to say that I have produced a new art print.

The print is called 'Blazing' and is available exclusively from Pictures on Walls.
POW is a big gallery selling the work of some extremely talented and established artists including Banksy and Antony Micallef, so I think it's a very positive development.

It's an ambigram, which means you can read it both ways up. Details here:

www.seblester.co.uk
www.picturesonwalls.com

Im sure many of you already know about this site but I stumbled upon it a few days ago and it has been my main source of inspiration since.

I love everything about this site... content, look, and functionality...

http://www.typographicposters.com/#

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