movie posters

George Lucas did an amazing thing in 1977--he released a film that brought his incredible vision to the big screen. I'm talking
There's a very visual and historical table book out that showcases posters the depicts beautiful and haunting images of black thespians in cinema over a course of 100 years.
For Alternative Movie Posters II: More Film Art from the Underground, out now, I scoured pop art galleries and social media to include as many high profile female artists as I could find, and still only struck gold with about a dozen.
The Internet is the worst. Every time I go on Twitter or Facebook or Mandatory.com, I'm bombarded with totally sensational
Okay, you see the above image? It's a poster of an elephant. And with it, you know exactly what you're getting: an elephant. No surprises, so everyone's happy. Movie marketing doesn't always work this way.
The Honorary Academy Award is a special honor I've always felt should be presented to film artists who had been overlooked by the vagaries of the competitive awards.
Moorhouse says she's more than willing to lend her talents to an official film poster, exclaiming, “I would love to!” Movie
"Art is not just a part of my life. It IS my life. It gives me breath. We are eternally entwined." This is the mantra of Scottish artist Ciara McAvoy, a painter renowned for her stunning oil work
This nostalgic trip is superbly captured in Thomas Hodge's new ode to the videocassette era, VHS Video Cover Art, which contains over 240 full-scale video sleeves according to genre, just like an actual video store.
We stumbled upon this charming and hilarious series of vintage posters illustrating proper movie-going etiquette in the early
What do you love about movies? Film magazine Little White Lies presented the question to a handful of actors and directors
First of all, you can't wish to be in the same place you already are -- but that's a mere quibble. Secondly, and most damningly
Last week something crazy happened. I saw a poster for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes that was so mind-blowing I had to do a double take to make sure I wasn't hallucinating.
"101 Dalmatians" (1996) "Pulp Fiction" (1994) "Back To The Future" (1985) Watch your favorite movie posters come to life
Don't get us wrong, we've seen many a minimalist movie poster. There's something undeniably alluring about seeing your favorite
A new exhibition at London's Kemistry Gallery is paying tribute to this golden era of design in "Ken Sequin’s Polish Adventure
Movie poster designs have varied significantly over the decades, but the boring, old, two-dimensional paper format has always