A set of posters made for promoting a series of events at the V&A. The events aim to explore the ‘image of music’from four specific decades, and also aim to critically review the aesthetic and social effects that these periods have had on society, attitudes, fashion and creative thought. In order to express the difference of graphic language in each period, the posters was designed based on the development of postmodernism graphic design emerged in 70s and ended in 90s. The postmodernism graphic design was highly influenced by 60s Swiss International graphic style but completely broke the rules of it. From well-regulated grid system to destroyed typography, the growth of self expression in graphic design visually presents through these four posters.