A round-up of movie poster explorations, concepts, alternate one-sheets and gallery pieces that made a mark in 2013.
Reelizer Presents: Roger Erik Tinch, curator of online film art gallery Reelizer.com, spotlights the best in one sheets and movie-based artworks.CoolReelizer Presents CoolReelizer Presents
A list of the best licensed artworks, commissioned pieces, and personal projects in movie-based art.
A look at the ten best official one sheets of 2011.
Reelizer.com curator Roger Erik Tinch picks his top 5 favorite pieces from Gallery 1988’s “Crazy 4 Cult 5” art show.
As the SCREAM 4 one-sheet has shown, there is still some ingenuity in mainstream horror poster design even if it is a little contrived. But if you want far more interesting perspectives of the horror genre you’ll have to find posters made for specialty screenings or posters that are just made for the love of the film.
Here’s a hearty second helping of film posters to follow-up on Monday’s post, spotlighting the best one-sheets of SXSW Film 2011.
As most of the BAD Team is knee deep in SXSW shenanigans, I thought it would be fitting to spotlight the best poster designs for films playing the 2011 fest.
In the world of film posters—self-made, fan made or otherwise—there are those directors whose filmography is a treasure trove of imagery and inspiration. Particularly the classic auteurs who have a style that is fun to abstract since their name alone adds context. It’s no surprise then that the work of Hitchcock is a favorite among artists and designers.
Besides being a co-badass for BAD I’m also the curator of the online gallery of film art at Reelizer.com. I haven’t mentioned it much around these parts, but after Devin checked it out he was kind enough to invite me to cross-post a selection of art from that site once a week as Reelizer Presents. So here we are with the first edition which I’ve decided to tie into the biggest awards show of the year: The Academy Awards®.