Aug 07, 2017 | By Carlene Thomas Bailey
Film posters can help make or break a film and can sometime produce an iconic visual platform to build from. An emerging trend seen on several graphic design and film blogs over the last couple of weeks has been the graphic reworked and visual reinterpretation of some classic box office hits.
This latest batch was discovered on the Everyguyed fashion site. A collection of 10 cleverly redesigned movie posters inspired by Men’s Style.
The collection includes American Psycho, Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Dumb and Dumber, Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas, Shaun of the Dead, Superman, The Shining, The Usual Suspects, Top Gun, and Wall Street redesigned by Moxy Creative House in a simple and stylish vector format. To view the other six posters visit moxycreative or everyguyed.com.
Another inspiring poster collection seen recently was the retro enhanced artworks of Olly Moss. These high contrast impact posters were commissioned by The Alamo Draft house’s 210 Rolling Road Show, a traveling movie organization from the West Coast of the U.S. Stylesight’s graphic team love his clever use of bold color and striking black silhouette visuals, to see more of his designs visit www.ollymoss.com
Also check out some inspiring posters from Jerod Gibson’s stylish pop-culture quote poster series on Society6.
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