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FEATURE: CREATIVITY POSTER COMPETITION ENTRIES - A TASTER!

As the submissions continue to flood in for FilmDoo’s creativity competition, the team at FilmDoo have decided to take a look at some of their favourite entries so far. 907 more words

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Citizen Kane: Minimalist Movie Poster

Create a tv/movie poster that captures the essence of the story through the use of minimalist design/iconography (Minimalist TV/Movie Poster)

The concept for this design assignment came to mind immediately based on this scene from…

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Iconic Movie Posters Get An OAP Makeover

Movie posters can be as iconic as the films they come from but one retirement home has given some popular blockbusters their own remake.

The elderly residents have starred in 12 posters for their 2015 calendar, from… 34 more words

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Mind-Bending Czech Posters for American Movies

Looking at these Czech movie posters from the Terry Posters website, by way of Dangerous Minds, it’s clear that Americans are doing it wrong. We imagine filmmakers like Terry Gilliam and Alejandro Jodorowsky would approve of these kaleidoscopic designs. 113 more words

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Movies and Messages: The Movie Posters of Art Sims

Movies and Messages: The Movie Posters of Art Sims

Location: MSU Musuem, Entry Hall

Now Through – April 30th

“Movies and Messages: The Movie Posters of Art Sims” features the work of graphic designer and Michigan State University Alumnus… 467 more words

African American Artists

We <3 Film Poster Artwork

Inherent Vice (Paul Thomas Anderson), The Babadook (Jennifer Kent), Catch Me Daddy (Daniel Wolfe), It Follows (David Robert Mitchell), Tyrannosaur (Paddy Considine), Metropolis (Fritz Lang), Wild At Heart (David Lynch), The Fly (Kurt Neumann). 235 more words

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The Art of Tony Stella

I wanted to have an “aside post” of sorts with all the writing that I am trying to squeeze in to my dreadful schedule. They will come very soon, too, and a “visual” essay I am working on on John Carpenter‘s well-documented fascination with the films of  187 more words

Reflections On Film