ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR AUGUST 29, 2016

Last set of posters for August; we are two-thirds of the way done with 2016, folks! Here’s hoping you all enjoy this weeks picks.

Alien by Paul Ainsworth

Alien by Paul Ainsworth

Arrow by Richard Davies

Arrow by Richard Davies

Captain America: Civil War by Jee-Hyung Lee

Captain America: Civil War by Jee-Hyung Lee

Ghost in the Shell by Martin Ansin

Ghost in the Shell by Martin Ansin

Jurassic Park by Matt Ferguson

Jurassic Park by Matt Ferguson

Kill Bill by Rockin' Jellybean

Kill Bill by Rockin’ Jellybean

Princess Mononoke by Muju

Princess Mononoke by Muju

Stranger Things by Mike Mahle

Stranger Things by Mike Mahle

The Fifth Element by Dan Mumford

The Fifth Element by Dan Mumford

The Fly by Timothy Pittides

The Fly by Timothy Pittides

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24 thoughts on “ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR AUGUST 29, 2016

  1. Oh my gosh, that dark red in the space craft, has a photo developing effect, and there is Jonesy, our hero-cat! Love it! Ferguson’s poster for Jurassic Park really caught my eye with that cloud enhancement of the Tyrannosaur, almost like a dream for our man of the cane coming out of the building. Something both sinister and beautiful. Femme action on the Kill Bill poster and in that style of artwork I always forget the name of, pardon me, oops. Picked up the miasma effect in Princess Mononoke, and I was thinking when I saw it that was the film it meant to represent. Glad I deduced correctly. The artwork for Stranger Things makes me very curious. The slickness there as well as the basic expression of a suburban neighbourhood in which something mysterious is about to occur or already has. The Fifth Element has a real blend of comic book meets Blade Runner, meets Metropolis! Oh dear, The Fly. Now with that one I have to give a hearty nod to following the old, small style of advertising in those days. Thanks for the picks!

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