Posters are some of our favorite, yet challenging, projects. Poster design is a marriage between visual aesthetic and the delivery of information, between textual and graphical elements… the very fundamentals of graphic design. It should come as no surprise, then, that an institution as important and influential as the New York Film Festival places great…

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When done well, reimagining movie posters (here and here and here) never gets old. Movie poster design presents a unique challenge to designers… it’s usually one of the first representations of a movie people see, so there’s a tall order to embody an often complex story with a single image. French designer and illustrator Flore…

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Pop art is alive and well. Having materialized in the 1950s as an alternative to the traditions of fine art, the movement draws from popular culture and often relies on irony. As we’ve noted before, our highly connected, celebrity-obsessed culture is a breeding ground for such art, so it’s no surprise that it seems to…

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The sheer mastery demonstrated in the retro-futurisitic style of Belgium illustrator/designer Laurent Durieux is hard to ignore. It’s not just the novelty of bucking recent design trends and appearing to be from another era (think 1960s pop culture) that makes Durieux’s work so special, but also the level of detail in his work. Durieux’s eye…

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London-based designer Scott Woolston is wildly talented with a really impressive body of work. His eclectic style suits his focus on film and television marketing perfectly. Woolston clearly has a keen ability to translate sometimes complex concepts into visual feasts. Admittedly, we may be suffering from a case of design envy. Great work! Via scottwoolston.prosite.com

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We have a certain fondness for movie posters, and we love this series for its totally fresh take. Italian art director Salvatore Zanfrisco illustrates iconic sound bites from cult movies, using sound waves as the basis… “celebrating the ultimate way to enjoy cinema – by ears.” Via Tumblr and Bahance [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFKklUoezqg&w=640&h=360] [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9a1D90Zn_I&w=640&h=360]

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