These Designers Reimagined The 2016 Oscar Best Picture Nominees As Pop Art Posters
Andy Warhol + Mad Max: Fury Road = genius.
The clever designers at Shutterstock have turned the best movies of last year into amazing Pop Art inspired posters.
Or taking Keith Haring's loud vibe and applying it to The Big Short.
This designer fused the techniques of Roy Lichtenstein and Stefan Sagmeister for the controversial Spotlight.
While KAWS' statue aesthetic was harnessed to symbolise the character development of Room.
This Flirst-style collage really doubles down on The Revenant's desolate landscape.
While Mario Corea Aiello's use of newspapers in collage inspired this designer for The Martian.
For Bridge of Spies, the Sots Art movement highlights the struggles between the Soviet and American justice systems.
And for something a little different, the Pop Art movement as a whole inspired this ~moving~ poster for Brooklyn.
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