Adam Juresko has been a long time favorite here at Projector so we thought it about time that we featured a small selection of his design savvy film work. His website and his Etsy stores are well worth a look and most of the designs here are still for sale. Don’t let the subdued colours …
A fantastic poster by Lyra for Ben Rivers lovely quiet film Two Years at Sea.
In light of this months release of Man of Steel, here are a couple of brilliant Superman III posters from Poland we thought you might like.
We Buy Your Kids get a little murky with Jeff Nichol’s Mud.
César Moreno‘s wonderful screen print for the Oscar-winning The Silence of the Lambs.
We’ve broken the mould here at Projector Magazine for Adam Spizak, whose wonderful work for Mad Men, Breaking Bad, Dexter, The Walking Dead & Californication begs to be seen. Take a look at the posters in the gallery below and be sure to head over and check out the rest of his fantastic work. You can also get a glimpse inside of …
The super talented Grzegorz Domaradzk paints a nice McQueen.
Mondo are debuting a series of posters from one of the most influential and important America directors this week curated by Aaron Horkey. Hard Eight, Magnolia, Boogie Nights, Punch Drunk Love and There Will Be Blood can be bought on their website later this week…
Stunning collection of work inspired by the films of Godard by the talented Juan Villanueva.
A very grizzly poster indeed for Franck Khalfoun’s version of William Lustieg’s 1980 Argento influenced cult slasher by Jeff Proctor. You can more of his stunning work here…
Akiko Stehrenberger goes to neon town on Harmonie Korine’s bonkers spring break epic.
Inside Llewyn Davis our favorite trailer of the year so far ha just gotten another (near identical one) ahead of its Cannes Premiere and a pretty 60′s band poster for the film itself. The film looks beautifully photographed and looks to center on an aspiring singer-songwriter (Oscar Isaac) in the 1960s folk-music scene in New York City’s Greenwich …
Saul Bass (May 8, 1920 – April 25, 1996) A small collection of the legend’s wonderful work.
After the crushing and dividing Antichrist and the crushing and destructive Meloncholia the Danish master is at it again. This just launched this morning along with a stark and blatantly sexual film poster. The film, due out later this year follows one womans sexual history from birth until her 50′s when she is saved by a stranger after a beating …
It would seem that in Ghana (whose make shift film posters we are already big fans of), where the hollywood advertising machine can’t quite reach, the DIY aspect of advertising is alive and well. Take a look at what we dug up this morning; An amazing collection, some hysterical, some brilliant, most just plain mad. …
So, Bobcat Goldthwait has made a film about Bigfoot. if that wasn’t awesome enough have a look at this gem of a poster by Alex Pardee.
If you aren’t fed up of minimalist film posters yet Dope Prints have got a nice new batch…
Striking image for Wrong by Quentin Dupieux. Anyone know the artist?
On of the most under appreciated films of the 70s is coming back. Great format poster.
Polish poster for Joe Dante’s 1987 guilty pleasure Innerspace.
Dan Norris splatters Scorsese in this vision of Taxi Driver.
The talented Peter Strain teams up with the makers of this wonderful punk doc for another striking work.
Great work by Ken Taylor of John Landis’ cult classic.
Jeremy Saunders has put together a simple but stunning collection of posters based on the films of everyone’s favorite weirdo, Mr David Lynch. you can head over to visit Saunders’ website where all of the prints are for sale.
Another Fantastic Piece by Jay Shaw for the classic creep fest.
Projector fave and all round nice guy Peter Strain‘s new screen print for Richard Kelly’s never bettered debut.
Jay Shaw’s typeographical wonder for Pakula’s All the President’s Men.
Gilliam’s wonderful Brazil gets redesigned by Shou Yuan
Fantastic Poster by Laurent Durieux from Mondo for PTA’s lastest gem.
Tonally light but pretty poster for Haneke’s pigeon loving Amour by Matt Owen.
Anthony Petrie shreds the evidence with this muted poster for Ben Affleck’s Argo.
Rich Kelly knocks out a unique work for Behn Zeitlin’s Oscar nominated Beasts of the Southern Wild.
Andy Helms cuts out the most recent addition to the franchise with these simple but memorable poster works for Spielberg and Lucas’ most treasured of heros…
Seriously creepy work by Iron Jaiden on Kubrick’s horror masterpiece…
Nice work from We Buy Your Kids for Carpenter’s The Thing.
Bloody poster for a bloody film. The wonderfully trippy Valerie and her Week of Wonders.
Unknown artist for Coppola’s The Rain People (1969).
Poster by Ion Stendl for The Ring (Sergiu Nicolaescu, Romania, 1983).
Romanian artist Klára Tamás poster for The Wall (Constantin Vaeni, Romania, 1976).
The Wolverine gets a seriously unlikely watercolour treatment.
Wojciech Fangor’s great poster for Billy Wilder’s 1957 film Love in the Afternoon.
Eva Galová-Vodrázková’s insane Rebel Without a Cause poster.
Rachel Tsangari’s The Capsule gets a wonderful image from Ania Goszczynska and a young Polish artist named Aleksandra Waliszewska.
Laurent Durieux and Mondo Archives give us a beautiful take on the first Blockbuster.
A beautiful, poignant poster for Herzog’s 1977 masterpiece.
Delicious Design League’s poster for one of Kurosawa’s many masterpieces.
Silver Screen Society’s Requiem for a Dream.
The Silent Giants made a cracker for Ti Wests eighties loving horror film.
As passionate as we are about poster art here at Projector we’ve decided to head for the people who know it inside out: The artists themselves. In this, a new series of poster art feature interviews for 2013, we hope to swing the spotlight much further onto an art form which has almost been washed away by studio blockbuster …
Dan Norris has a peek at Chris Columbus and his Xmas Classic Home Alone…