30 Fall Marketing Poster Designs

September 27, 2012

Fall is ripe for poster marketing as legions flock to autumn festivals and events before the winter chill sets in.  Be inspired to design compelling and beautiful fall posters by the following 30 sweet fall marketing poster designs.

1. Fall Festival Poster by Dawn Shepard

For the perfect fall design, look no further than this festival poster by Dawn Shepard.  The colors are brilliant with hints of fall tucked away in subtlety. acri0iuj

2. Fall Ball by Matthew Butterfield

This Fall Ball design impacts with simplicity.  5xfezz4q  

3.  Fall Craft Show by Paul Kiesche

The foreground tents against the fall-hued treeline make this a perfect craft show poster. Print

4.  Hovard Design Fall Promotion

Clever use of a fallen leaf pattern makes this poster stand out. nmzd3rjz  

5. Austin CW Fall Festival

The grungy street scene takes this poster from above average to exceptional. aodu43mf  

6. PTI Fall Festival by VisualBam

The birds are a cool touch touch for this sweet fall festival poster. 44rwwc33  

7.  FES PTO Fall Festival

Campfires and fall go hand-in-hand, and a flame always makes a poster that much hotter! 5hrhfobo  

8.  Harwich Folk Festival by Paul Lagg

The vintage truck graphic and the silhouettes of musicians make this one fun and fabulous. zleabn20  

9. Columbus Pumpkin Festival by JustMarDesign

A bold pumpkin festival poster pops out by JustMarDesign. cyfmxhtd  

10.  Midtown Village Fall Festival

The details make this poster unique.  You see something different every time you look at it! lqlv1vro  

11. Mountaineer Folk Festival

The font matches this poster’s theme perfectly. ntdc1a12  

12. Celebrate the Arts by HumanEspresso

Leaving the white space in the border makes this poster more attention-getting. w2eimkx5  

13. Parkside Community School Fall Fest

Who couldn't fall in love with the little leaves with eyes?  . 1jmypsko  

14. Westminster Maryland Fallfest by David Bowins

If only wine grew out in the cornfields! 2gjjwqdl  

15. Fall for The Book

Falling books make a clever and fun graphic element. m2gzmew2  

16. Meridian School Fall Carnival

I love how this poster incorporates traditional fall colors in an exciting new way. u3txd4mr  

17. Old Main Lane Fall Lineup by Philip Stier

Subtle lines and silhouettes make an interesting background in this design by Philip Stier. cio5ovnp  

18. Whisk Fall Harvest Popup

There's a big "wow" factor here when you realize the tree is made entirely of silverware, all the way down to the roots! 33i2bqcs  

19. Horseshoe Craft and Flea Market

This is probably the best way you could ever possibly advertise for a flea market!hjh4ahro  

20. Burnt Creative Market

A refreshing poster design that avoids familiar fall themes. tizwlhoe  

21. VCU Fall Festival by Grapiks

A Chinese dragon over traditional fall imagery inspires intrigue. m4x3jc3y  

22. Pittsboro Fall Street Fair

Simplicity takes the cake in this poster design; notice the color accent from the single green leaf. Fall Street Fair - October 27, 2012 - Annual Special Events - Pittsboro, NC - Go_2012-09-25_10-34-30  

23. Mosaic Art Show by Gray Sparrow

There is a method to the madness in this poster, as a hodgepodge of elements work together to bring order out of chaos. ye5le2ou  

24. Rise of Fall by Shaggy Dog Media

The placement of the design elements do a wonderful job of bringing your eye to the call to action at the bottom. poster

25. Palouse Choral Society by Noah Kroese

The subtle suggestion of a candle flame is a cool and clever design element in this poster. pj0pwosj  

26. Merritt College Fall Plant Sale

Think this poster will attract the attention of targeted customers?  You betcha! vilzk1wm  

27. STPP Fall Fest

This poster opts for the totally non-traditional with neon colors and lots of graphic noise – and it works!sbs2f13y  

28.  Mountain Standard Time by Allison Boozer

The abstract background and the flying bird work together to command attention and create a mood. vhzltyag  

29. Ben Sollee Bike Tour by John Conley

The simple geometric designs push the idea of a bicycle without being completely literal. 5q4zrzrm

30. SEAC Fall Ball by Michael Alcantara

Brilliant use of colors and a leaf pattern, along with a sweet font, make this poster perhaps the most attractive on this list. blndlnnh

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About Brian Morris

Brian Morris serves in various capacities as a freelance writer, content developer and public relations specialist for growing small businesses. When he’s not writing, he can be found on the racquetball court - usually getting his tail kicked by guys 20 years older.

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January 07, 2016 03:22 am #

Thanks for the props, Brian. I really appreciate it!


Anonymous's picture
January 07, 2016 03:22 am #

You got it Michael - awesome poster design!

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January 07, 2016 03:22 am #

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