Monday, 27 February 2012
Sunday, 26 February 2012
Design: Mark Carroll
Saturday, 25 February 2012
Design: BLT Associates, you remember them?!
What can I say other than DID YOU KNOW THAT THIS MOVIE IS IN 3-D!! Since Avatar arrived in our cinemas movie posters have undergone a mini revolution in how they depict a 3-D movie via a 2-D medium, the resulting solution is, make sure that there is something protruding in the image,
Design: Ignition Print who were in the running last year with Inception.
When I first saw this poster, the first question that entered my head was "What is the colour all about?" Yellow and purple don't immediately pop into my head as a colour palette reflecting the American Black Civil Rights Movement.
Design: by BLT Associates who were featured last year for the work they did for Toy Story 3 and True Grit.
When I first saw this poster I was a little disappointed that they didn't reprise the image used for the book created by Gray318, you can see the reference to the hand in the poster but it's no where near as strong and as interesting typographically.
Design: The design for the one sheet was done by Mojo who were listed last year with their poster for 'The Kids are Alright.'
The poster shows George Clooney under the protection of red parasol, staring thoughtfully over his shoulder at his two daughters who are playing on a beach with palm trees. On Georges finger we see a Photoshopped enhanced wedding ring, but no wife in shot,
Friday, 17 February 2012
Friday, 10 February 2012
Tuesday, 7 February 2012
Monday, 6 February 2012
|The Artist. directed by Michel Hazanavicius|
Hollywood, 1927: As silent movie star George Valentin wonders if the arrival of talking pictures will cause him to fade into oblivion, he sparks with Peppy Miller, a young dancer set for a big break.
The design is created by Couramiaud / Laurent Lufroy, they have created posters for Jeanne D'Arc, Leon and Les Visiteurs.
I remember the first time I saw this poster, it stopped me in my tracks, not because it was breathtakingly beautiful but because it was so 'clean', it wasn't overloaded with logos, credits or quotes, it simply put the focus on the the two stars and the movies name.