Oh look! Isn’t that adorable? Don’t you just want to hug it and kiss it and love it forever? That was a Tiny Toon reference by the way. Don’t worry, I wasn’t expecting anybody to get it. Anyway, I actually think this poster is too adorable and cute, to be honest. Look at all the [...]
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Slashfilm has a post up featuring the works of artist Tyler Stout, who has done a number of posters for film festivals and special screenings, and who more recently did the artwork in the poster for Hellride. Worth a look.
Oh God. I mean… Oh God.
The first Scary Movie premiered this particular type of poster design back in 2000, with all the various characters in the movie theater seats. It was rather clever considering this was very much a meta film[...]
I chuckled audibly the first time I saw this poster for Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden?. I don’t know what I was expecting from a poster for this film, but a humorous version of the very famous Raiders of the Lost Ark poster wasn’t it.[...]
Via Vic from ScreenRant we have this very cool looking new poster for Iron Man, which debuted at Wondercon. Now, this being Wondercon and all one imagines that this poster was primarily done to appeal to a more geek audience, for lack of a better term. So it targets people that are more likely to [...]
Ok, now this is interesting. Via Shock Till You Drop and JoBlo we have two posters for the Ruins. Both quite similar, but in one we have a hand coming out of the ground and in the other we have a human head.[...]
No Country For Old Men The main poster for No Country has Llewelyn Moss running through the plains, holding a shotgun a a case full of money. Meanwhile Chigurh looms over him ghost like. It’s pretty faithful to the core of the film, but in the transition to the poster we lose both the amazing [...]
This poster for Step Brothers follows the same type of simple and minimalistic design we have seen in several recent comedies, especially in the ones somehow associated with Judd Apatow. Just show the main characters, don’t add a bunch of extra elements. They may sport a a funny expression, but it should still feel like [...]
This weekend the winners of the 80th Academy Awards will be announced. Which gives me a nice excuse to post a compilation of the posters for all of the best picture winners so far.
1927-1928 – Wings
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And here is the final poster for Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns, which ditches the general design of the two previous teaser posters and goes for a more ‘everything but the kitchen sink’ approach.[...]