Radio drama does not get much traction in today’s world, which is a shame because it could be so good. The guys and girls at The Truth are creating movies for your ears and hopefully redefining how you think about audio content. Highly recommend.
An app that tells you when’s the best time to make a break for the loo in the middle of a film at the cinema, and gives you a pithy synopsis of just what you’ve missed when you’re back? Cool. One problem though: what if some scissor-happy film censor’s been snipping away at the film? But life is too short for worrying like that. Roll on, happy bladders.
These amazingly vibrant illustrations by Massimo Carnevale are a great tribute to, and interpretation of, films we all know and love. Well, mostly. But the ones we do know are great.
After wondering what the movies we all know would look like if they were shot in a different era, illustrator and designer Peter Stults decided to recast them in a whole bunch of reimagined movie posters, giving them the old-school treatment. So, Mick Jagger for James Bond and Frank Zappa for The Big Lebowski? We approve.
A memorable scene is what makes us remember the films we’ve seen. Turkish artist Murat Palta recreates classic films in miniature style for his thesis. Through his experiment to blend traditional ‘oriental’ (Ottoman) motifs and contemporary ‘western’ cinema, his works portray a sense of familiarity for all film buffs. Can you guess what movies he depicts in each piece?
Austin’s Mondo is described via their Facebook page as follows: ‘If we have to explain what we are, you wouldn’t understand’. Which I guess is true in many ways, but the bottom line is they showcase numerous artistic renditions of movie posters, which span everything from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre to Duck Dodgers and the 24 1/2th Century, and everything in-between. Apparently the posters sell out within minutes, and sometimes even seconds, but you can still check out the archive and eventually pick up your jaw from the ground after viewing all of the awesome work that has beed done.
An ongoing personal project encompassing my love of type, illustration and my favorite movies. These four complete sets of illustrative typefaces are the first of a series based on, and inspired by, the movies Ghostbusters, Gremlins, Shaun of the Dead, and Jurassic Park. Simon at Sinage Design states ‘I wanted to pick apart the films and include common memorable elements from each movie to create the full A-Z library’.
I checked out the prestigious Berlinale the other day, which is the moniker for the Berlin Film Festival. Besides being an awesome festival, filled with A-listers — Madonna and Scarlett Johanson, amongst others — I had the chance to see P.T. Anderson’s new film, There Will Be Blood, starring the genius actor, Daniel Day Lewis. […]