How to Create a Propaganda-Style Poster in Photoshop

by Dustin Lee January 22, 2016 2 Comments

How to Create a Propaganda-Style Poster in Photoshop

In this step-by-step tutorial, we'll show you how to start from a blank Photoshop file and create an eye-catching constructivist style poster in Photoshop.

Learn where to find inspiration, how to choose your color palette, find stock images, and give your poster an eye-catching finish with a subtle gritty texture.

Enjoy! As always, if you have questions just leave a comment. Happy to help you out!

P.S. If you're looking for a great looking constructivist / propaganda style font to use in your projects check out Komrade. It comes with two versions, inline and standard.





Dustin Lee
Dustin Lee

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Sakis printezis
Sakis printezis

January 26, 2016

Dear Dustin… I got the “Komrade” yesterday…. Wonderfull work… looking forward to work with it…

Josh
Josh

January 25, 2016

Getting ready to watch this tutorial and I can’t wait to see how awesome this is! Just waiting for Photoshop to load up and then It’s On Like Donkey Kong!

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