“Do not trust stupid Americans!” Plus: the trailer!
Because simplicity is a virtue and details are everything. All of the cat power to graphic designer Matt Owen.
Some posters are memorable because they are stunning examples of how a single, arresting image can pull you in. Some posters are memorable because they make you curse Photoshop and all it has wrought upon the Earth.
Sure, they’ve got to sell the drama to be box office successes, but sometimes, they just give it all away.
It’s almost always a terrible idea when a studio decides to remake a movie. Thankfully the same rule doesn’t apply to their posters.
Plus a miraculous new beer holder that prevents you from drunk dialing anyone, the cast of Orange Is the New Black as cats, and the guy who spent a night with an eight-foot crocodile under his bed.
Attention Hollywood: We’re onto your shenanigans.
Plus the 32 best break-up songs of all time, how to make your very own ramen burger, and posters for all the fake movies from Seinfeld.
You might remember him from… all these. (via youmightremembermefrom.tumblr.com)
It’s not easy to convey “clever, hip, and scary” in one look.
These beautiful and surreal pieces of movie artwork were created during the communist-era as an alternative to banned U.S. publicity material.
There are movie posters and then there are movie posters.
By Michal Krasnopolski. See if you get all the references. According to the designer, the posters “require some knowledge of movie genres and are a riddle game for movie enthusiasts.” (via michalkrasnopolski.com)
Here’s a fun challenge: let’s recreate famous posters using only Clip Art and Comic Sans!
Shortlist commissioned artists to design their own posters for the action movie sequel, which hits cinemas this weekend.
Listen, studio designers are great at designing movie posters, but fanboys are even better at it.
Ah yes, stereotypes; they’re everywhere.
The Oscar library has acquired over 1,000 vintage movie posters thanks to a generous donation from a random guy.
Really brings out the gravelly.
These hand-painted posters take great liberties with their Hollywood originals.
By the time your kids figure it out, they’ll be old enough not to care.
Warning: Awkward cuddling ahead.
…Because one letter makes all the difference.
What if George Takei took over Hollywood? All of these movies would be way better.
These are by 21 year old recent graphic design graduate Oliver Shilling. They are quite lovely, and reflect great taste in cinema as well…
Artist Tim Anderson shows us what Star Wars would have looked like if George Luca had made the trilogy in Italy.
Toronto-based freelance graphic designer Ron Guyatt created this series of amazing video game inspired artwork with the look and feel of movie posters.