Twelve, simple and rather beautiful re-made movie posters. View List ›
It happens all the time: a movie with a badass poster turns out to be boring as hell. Shouldn’t there be some sort of law against misleading advertising like that? The Shiznit has decoded the truth behind some of this year’s Oscar-nominated films. Check out their site for many more. View List ›
British design firm LaBoca created a series of posters for Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan, inspired by Polish and Czech posters from the 1960s and 70s. Is it too late to revise my Christmas wish list? (Via.) View List ›
Illustrator, Tom Whalen has made an impressive collection of cult movie posters in the 1920’s art déco style. View List ›
These promotional movie posters for Lucas Lee (Chris Evan’s character in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World) are pretty much the best movie posters ever. Nicholas Sparks, you’ve been warned. “Let’s Hope There’s A Heaven” has your number. View List ›
The 2010 Rolling Roadshow Tour is a traveling movie screening series in which they will be showing “free screenings of famous movies in famous places.” To promote each of the screenings, UK artist Olly Moss has created nine minimalistic posters for the films being shown. I want these posters immediately. (Via) View List ›
choosing a movie would be a lot easier. View List ›
Back to the Future in six lines, and more classic movie art. [Ed. note: I know these are a thing, and you may have seen some of these before! But this is a fantastic collection of the genre.] View List ›
Drew Struzan is an American painter best known for his extensive movie poster work. He provided artwork for over 150 movie posters, including many of the best-known films of all time. Here are both some of his well-known pieces and some never seen posters. More pics at here View List ›
Inspired by the horror film genre, Graphic artist Laz Marquez re-envisioned a number of posters based on Alfred Hitchcock’s best known films. Check out the ones based on Stephen King’s novels, too. (via The Daily What) View List ›
The whole “One Letter Off” movie posters thing began with a Worth1000 post in 2006, and built up steam over the next few years to achieve full-on meme status. Here are 13 of the best (and there are tons more at Know Your Meme). Add your own in the comments!
Ibraheem Youseff has created a series of spectacular posters for some of Quentin Tarantino’s most popular films. View Image ›
First peek at RBD [Jr.] as Sherlock Holmes in the upcoming pic. Frankly, it looks …well, elementary. View Image ›
The Photoshop magicians of Worth1000 have released their latest challenge results: a collection of movie poster that are just one letter off — changing the entire idea of the film. Does this remind anyone else of those ultra-creative pornos based off popular movies? View Image ›
In case you didn’t make it to see America’s #1 holiday film (WTF?), this cheat sheet should get you up to speed. Not to spoil the spoiler or anything, but of course he does. They all do. This is why I maintain a strict “No Animal Films” policy in my personal life. View Image ›
The magic behind the most widely used style of movie posters ever: The floating head. It’s really more of an art than a science.