Tag: posters

Friday One Sheet: 93QUEEN and THE RUSSIAN JOB

Hot Docs is currently happening in Toronto, and while researching what to see, and what to include in our previous Curtain Raiser post, I came across a few well designed posters for films at the fest. One publicist was kind...

Friday One Sheet: WON'T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR And The Halo Gradient

The first time I saw the 'halo gradient' character poster was in the marketing for Judd Apatow's The 40 Year Old Virgin. Since then, it has become kind somewhat of a key art cliche. This is mainly due to the...

SXSW 2018 Wrap: All Our Coverage + Some Awesome Posters

That's a wrap on SXSW 2018. We've got a collection of photos of the coolest posters from the festival's poster gallery below right after links to all our coverage. See you next year, Austin! (Or, you know, at Fantastic...

Friday One Sheet: Text As Image UNDER THE SILVER LAKE

It has been an interesting week in text focused teaser posters, and we have selected the key art for David Robert Mitchell's follow-up to It Follows to capture this. The reason why I love this design (notwithstanding the cliché of...

Friday One Sheet: LOWLIFE

It is a good day if you like the Character-Collage style poster, as indie-LA picture Lowlife has released a good one in anticipation of their April 6th release. Warm yellow-orange colour tones showcase the Luchador at the centre of the...

Friday One Sheet: YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE

Three colour, simple, and bloody, this is one of several pieces of key art for Lynne Ramsay's take on Taxi Driver, featuring Joaquin Phoenix, which at one point was called A Beautiful Day, but will be released as You Were Never...

Friday One Sheet: PACIFIC RIM (pink) UPRISING

The trend of pink posters bleeds into 2018 from last year's significant use of the colour in key art.  Here, for one of three Pacific Rim: Uprising IMAX posters, the bold combination of hot pink and electric lime is used...

Friday One Sheet: PIERCING

This eye-catching design for the film adaptation of Murakami Ryu's 1994 novel, making its debut at Sundance, has a kind of Jack Davis sort of look. Davis, most famous for Mad Magazine, had a long good run on movie posters...

Friday One Sheet: STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI

Kicking off a new column here, in which we will look at the most interesting, or conversation-worthy poster of the week, every Friday morning. Sometimes we will talk about design, other times about influences on other iconic films, or historical...

SXSW 2017 Dispatch: Coverage Wrap Up & Killer Poster Gallery

Reviews 68 Kill Review by J Hurtado Baby Driver Review by Peter Martin Bad Lucky Goat Review by Peter Martin California Dreams Review by Peter Martin David Lynch - The Art of Life Review by Zach Gayne The Disaster...

Check Out This Collection Of IP MAN 3 Character Posters!

With the release of Wilson Yip's Ip Man 3 drawing ever closer a collection of six individual character posters have been released for the film. You want your Donnie Yen in the title role? That's in there.  A bit of...

THE LOBSTER: First Posters From Lanthimos' Latest

Dogtooth director Yorgos Lanthimos heads to Cannes with his English language debut, The Lobster, and the first posters have arrived online in advance of the big fest.THE LOBSTER is the highly anticipated English language debut of internationally acclaimed Greek director...

Dallas 2015: SOME BEASTS Poster Debut

The Dallas International Film Fest kicked off last night and today sees the first full day of screenings. One of the films making its premiere tonight is Cameron Nelson's Some Beasts and we've got the debut of the film's very...

Fabulously Grotesque Posters And Trailer For Jensen's MEN AND CHICKENS

Though you wouldn't necessarily know it from his script writing work - work, it should be said, that has garnered multiple Oscars - those who know Denmark's Anders Thomas Jensen's directorial work already know that there's a deliciously dark streak...

Check Out Three Alternate Posters For Fabrice du Welz's COLT 45

Fabrice du Welz is having himself quite a year with his Alleluia premiering in Cannes and his dark action film Colt 45 gearing up for French theatrical release. And while things are relatively quiet on the Alleluia front we've gotten...

Check The Official ELECTRIC BOOGALOO Poster Art!

Get ready to do the Electric Boogaloo ... Not Quite Hollywood director Mark Hartley is now deep into things with his documentary exploration of the Cannon Films legacy and the first official poster art has arrived via the film's official...

First JU-ON: BEGINNING OF THE END Poster Arrives, Compare It With Its Predecessors

It seems that things are moving pretty fast for Ju-on: Beginning of the End. Not two weeks have passed since the picture began filming and already a fresh new poster can be found on various Japanese outlets around the web. With...

Famous Polish Poster Artist Waldemar Swierzy Has Died (+ A Gallery Of His Posters)

November 27 marks the end of a very important era for both film lovers and poster aficionados. Waldemar Swierzy, one of the founders of the Polish School of Posters (1950-1980) and one of the most prominent graphic designers in the...

Check Out An Exclusive Teaser And Character Posters For Indie Weirdness TOAD ROAD

Jason Banker's Toad Road is the sort of film that defies easy categorization, a deliberately raw and naturalistic indie that veers off down unexpected trails whilst dabbling in psychoactive drugs and elements of horror. It is, in other words, the...

Udo Has An Orgasm In The New Poster Campaign For Lars Von Trier's NYMPHOMANIAC

Ever wondered what Udo Kier looks like when having an orgasm? Stellan Skarsgard? Uma Thurman? Willem Dafoe? Charlotte Gainsbourg? Jamie Bell? Christian Slater? Connie Nielsen? Well, wonder no more because a new poster campaign has arrived for Lars Von Trier's...