Designer Spotlight: Posters from Hybrid Home


When I think of posters I usually flashback to my undergraduate years. Posters were basically an inexpensive way to cover holes in the walls. But after discovering these posters from Hybrid Home, I have changed my opinion on the viability of posters as worthwhile wall art.

All of the following posters are limited-editon and can be purchased online from SF-based Design Public.


This anatomical poster might be weak on the exact science of the human body but it’s very good at pulling on the heartstrings, ($40.)


This robot poster called the Pincherbot is hipster cool with a stylistic nod to Edward Scissorhands, ($40.) 

Speaking of hipster cool, it just wouldn’t seem right to have a poster without an image of a bird. This one, called the Painted Bunting, seems to enjoy a nice cup of tea, ($40.)

For those of you who still like the idea of rotating your poster use. This haunted house poster is perfect for the fall season, ($40.)

Ever notice how some houses seem much bigger on the inside than they do from the out? Here’s a poster of a house with a basement that adds some character and a whole lot of square footage, ($40.)


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