New Charlie Brown Christmas Posters


Every year, the holiday season kicks off earlier and earlier. This year, by early October, store windows were filled with holiday displays and Thanksgiving day food specials. But, now that it’s November, it feels like the right time to start talking about the upcoming holiday season! Check out these festive Charlie Brown Christmas prints by artist Laurent Durieux. The two posters features some of the fun-loving characters from Charles M. Schulz’s classic Charlie Brown series, including the title character as well as Snoopy, Lucy, and Linus. The limited series will be available for print on November 9 through Dark Hall Mansion.

As an illustrator, Durieux uses hard lines, geometric forms, and solid blocks of color to create a depth and vintage feel to his images. He draws on classic stories and recreates them in a retro-visual style, promoting all kinds of characters like King Kong, Dracula, and the Iron Giant. Durieux’s screen print designs are filled with graphic stories that would look great on any wall! See some our favorite pieces, below.








Laurent Durieux on Flickr
Dark Hall Mansion
via [Exhibition-ism]



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