These typography movie posters are as simple as they are brilliant. Patrik Svensson clearly needs little to convey the quintessential message of these films.
Illustrator Christopher Versackas and The L Magazine have teamed up to bring us the Summer Blockbuster Season at the Museum, with a collection of ten illustrations of the summer’s must-see museum exhibitions redone as quirky movie posters!.
Jerod Gibson is a graphic designer from Wisconsin. He has created a lovely series of 37 minimalist posters. Each contains a simple silhouette image from a movie or television show and is filled with quotes from it. What a lovely typography idea!
Bill Murray to the rescue? Eddie Murphy in pursuit of truth and justice? The team at Old Red Jalopy have created this awesome assortment of Comedian Superheroes, to crack up the gangsters, wizards and evil geniuses of the world.
Beer before liqueur, never been sicker, liqueur before beer, you’re in the clear. Ah, the fail-safe mantra of every college kid. Surprisingly enough, that timeless proverb isn’t all that preposterous according to a fab new poster by Californian creative agency Belancio.
This selection of elegantly designed Chinese public health posters date between the mid-1930s and the late-1950s and warn about aspirin tablets, hand-washing, and how to ‘get rid of the four pests’. We love.
‘Every Image has a Sound’ is the slogan to an advertising campaign for a quite unusual poster series. Sax So Funny, a Brazillian sound production company, uses different poster materials to imitate the sound of the motif printed on the actual poster. The result is brilliant. Check out the ‘clicking typewriter’, ‘rumbling thunder’ and ‘burning fire’ posters, in particular.
This poster was created by Barcelona-based artist Alex Trochut, using denim, embroidery and bleach. The piece was commissioned as a gift for the band by Another Planet Entertainment.