ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR SEPTEMBER 26, 2016

I hope I end September on a strong note with this set of posters. Enjoy.

10 Cloverfield Lane by Wayne Joseph Fearnley

10 Cloverfield Lane by Wayne Joseph Fearnley

Dracula by Simon Carpenter

Dracula by Simon Carpenter

Hellboy by Simon Carpenter

Hellboy by Simon Carpenter

Jessica Jones by Tomer Hanuka

Jessica Jones by Tomer Hanuka

Labyrinth by Jeff Stokely

Labyrinth by Jeff Stokely

Natum Corpus Alien by Vlad Rodriguez

Natum Corpus Alien by Vlad Rodriguez

The Bicycle Thief by xul1349

The Bicycle Thief by xul1349

The Fly by Matt Ryan Tobin

The Fly by Matt Ryan Tobin

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers by Florey

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers by Florey

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory by Laurent Durieux

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory by Laurent Durieux

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19 thoughts on “ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR SEPTEMBER 26, 2016

  1. The Bela Lugosi art is so life like. I wish I could hire an artist like that. Jessica Jones is fun, at least I think she’s having fun. Maybe not. Love the sleek work there. Now the Labyrinth poster is a true shake up, just all the twists and turns going from her hair to Jareth’s presence. Also reminds me of Brian Froud, which I believe he did the work for originally. Well done! Alien poster is super creepy. With Ripley looking so young it’s almost like a dream before her daughter was born (director’s cut of Aliens) and that her future would be riddled with this horror instead.

    Similar trapping with The Fly, and all of those hexagons plaguing that couple. Love the repeating motif there with both their romance and that which shall curse them. Lord of The Rings is a dream. I’d buy that as a postcard! Willy Wonka, what I saw at first, I was thinking it was old photos of The Crystal Palace, actually. So that caught me off guard but it works exceptionally well.

    So thank you! Sorry, I was tardy again. I had an appointment and then I came home and sweat myself silly in this heat.

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