The New HOBO WITH A SHOTGUN Poster Is Going To Sleep In Your Bloody Carcass Tonight!

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The New HOBO WITH A SHOTGUN Poster Is Going To Sleep In Your Bloody Carcass Tonight!
I count, at minimum, ten different kinds of awesome in the new theatrical poster for Jason Eisener's Hobo With A Shotgun.

Soon to premiere at Sundance, the debut feature from the director of the splattery Christmas  short film sensation Treevenge began life as a trailer for a nonexistent film created as part of a Grindhouse competition sponsored by Robert Rodriguez. The trailer would go on to win the competition, creating such a buzz that Eisener and company quickly set to work turning it into an honest to god feature, one that puts Rutger Hauer into the lead. Check out the trailer below and if you want to see the poster all big-like, then pay a visit to the fine lads at IGN.
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Find the big version of the poster here
TealordJanuary 15, 2011 5:10 PM

That's fantastic. it's nice to see some love go into a poster as opposed to just photo colages.

Really hoping it's as fun as it looks.

Kurt HalfyardJanuary 16, 2011 7:58 PM

"THe Dude Designs" (hilarious!)

the dude designsJanuary 17, 2011 12:09 PM

Hey,

Its the second time ive got onto Twitch film (first time with
'Video Home Invasion: Arrow Video Artwork and Cult Labs' article about the covers i designed there, thanks J Hurtado) and now for the hobo with a shotgun poster.
So thanks guys! and if you like my work be sure to check out my other stuff at

http://thedudedesigns.blogspot.com

Cheers

brbro4January 17, 2011 5:45 PM

Great work. Keep it up!

PwSheltonJanuary 23, 2011 1:54 AM

Is this going to be for sale? It's much better than the other design. Reminds me of the days of yore, perusing the video store my mom used to work in. Those huge clamshells were always captivating. Great work, Dude.