You might get a little sense of deja vu from this week's top flier -- we've featured the previous two Houses EP release fliers, both of which sport similar designs, in past flier of the week slots. But what can we say? These fliers are just beautiful examples of design -- as long as they keep knocking them out of the park, we're going to have a hard time resisting selecting them. The Fall entry in the series has a beautiful, muted color palette that just screams, well, fall. Fallen leaves, wood fires and home for the holidays are seeping out of every inch of this poster. We also really like the subtle color effects and gradients on the typography -- and though it doesn't really affect the design, can we just say, what a killer lineup! As usual, if you click on this image, you'll get a larger version of it in a popup for your perusal and enjoyment.
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