design: return to form. The return of the classic movie poster.

7 Apr

In our earlier post we returned to the art-form of the art-house movie poster and here we look at this subject a little further with a review of some of the most archetypal classic movie posters of all time with a rather special view of a German poster for Robocop, and a look at how todays studios like Disney’s Pixar are reworking this art for todays audiences . . .

And a look at how Disney’s Pixar studios have interpreted this with posters for the animated feature Wall-E, and the little mermaid shown below.

AP.

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2 Responses to “design: return to form. The return of the classic movie poster.”

  1. Eilonvi April 6, 2011 at 22:52 #

    beautiful and inspiring 🙂

  2. Brit March 7, 2012 at 20:19 #

    Those are incredible! Do you sell prints of those Indy Posters anywhere? I’d love to have those and frame them for my office 🙂

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