Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by JozefK, Dec 10, 2015.
I have this as a 6-sheet:
The 'Morricone Bossa' compliation of title songs for Italian films he scored in the mid 60s' comes in a booklet with a small one sheet for each film. I doubt any of the films could be as garish and strange as the posters depict them to be. But if they're even half as weird...
Aw man, love it, that is so cool!
"Take him up, Oak!"
Cant even imagine what it would cost to frame that.
That's why it's not displayed! Huge!
Have this as a 1-sheet:
The documentary 'Drew Struzan - The Man Behind the Poster' on Netflix is well worth a view to see the creator of many iconic Film Posters - Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Back to the Future and more.
I have one of these framed on my wall:
I've always preferred the international poster for this movie, by Noriyoshi Ohrai. It's the Falcon at that rakish angle that does it.
The only real one I ever had was this one... wish I still had it.
Apparently, the poster for The Man with the Golden Arm didn't display properly. Here it is.
Digging the Saul Bass design!
Wrong Side of the Art - high resolution posters for horror, sci-fi, exploitation, cult, trash, adult and B-movies.
A Brazilian newspaper ad for The Maltese Falcon (1931)
The movie disappointed me but I love this "Alien: Covenant" poster:
Takes me back to my happy childhood every time !
Some more '70s posters.
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