You Stay in the Know With These Minimalist Posters

By: Megan Facciuolo - Published: Mar 21, 2014 • References: facebook and designtaxi
If you are not an individual who enjoys reading through long news articles, you can stay up to date by reading these world news posters. 'Minimalist News' was started up by an anonymous student in the south of France. The modern news outlet shares current events with minimally illustrated posters via Twitter and Facebook.

All of the posters are one solid color, and feature a central, informative one-liner accompanied by a small graphic directly above it. For example, in French news, did you know there is "Pollution in Paris?" Above the question, on the red poster, is a solid black image of the Eiffel Tower with a smog cloud hovering in the foreground.

If a poster grabs your attention so much so that you want to look further into the topic, each graphic is linked to a news article on the web.