New Dan Mumford prints available on his online store. I really love how his illustrations are so intricate and the attention to detail is great, but I wonder if it gets trivial at times. Maybe not. Anyway you can purchase these two and some other prints at his online store here
Learn tips and tricks on how to create a movie poster like the design shown above here
This is a cool pop culture design-VanTino by Gigart If you don’t understand the reference, it’s a picture of director Quentin Taratino and a reference to Reservoir Dogs which shares it’s similarities with Van Gogh. As a fan of his movies and Van Gogh’s art, this is a win-win. This was features at the Bold Hype Gallery in NYC as part of “The Quentin vs. Coen Show”. The print will be available soon and will be an eight color silk screen poster sized at 18″ x 24″. There are other prints available, but you’ll have to wait or maybe you could ask when this will be available. Go here to see prints by Gigart.
Alex Pardee was brought in to help director Zack Synder come up with visuals for the characters and landscapes for his latest movie “Suckerpunch”. Here are some posters that he illustrated. You can view more work of his at http://eyesuckink.com/
Here is a feature of him from “Last Call with Carson Daly”
I thought that this was funny poster and it’s more street art, than a typical graphic design poster.
You can view more work by Phil Jones, here.
If you go to http://www.mondotees.com/# You can have a chance to buy some exclusive and limited edition posters done by Tyler Stout. I’m no Star Wars buff and I think it’s just another movie series with one of the most badass characters (Darth Vader), but I don’t think it should have the worship it does. To each his own. I do agree that these posters are top notch. There are a couple color variations, so you have options. Act now, because these are sure to go fast.