Poster Of The Week: El Ten Eleven, Bizarro Kids and Ishi at Hailey's Friday

This week's featured poster promotes Ishi's opening set for El Ten Eleven and The Bizarro Kids tomorrow night at Hailey's in Denton.

It's a simple design, but I really like the fonts and colors. There are variations of this poster floating around the web, including animated versions where the background pulses. Also, the other versions don't have the "El Eleven Ten" mistake. But I like this one best because it's the tallest. There's just something intimidating and cool about all that dark empty space at the top. It took me a few minutes to figure out what is going on with the tiny lines in the background until I realized that they spell out "L 11 10"--El Eleven Ten. Well, the order is corrected on the other versions too.

The designer is Gavin Mulloy, who created another Poster of the Week back in April.

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