ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR NOVEMBER 7, 2016

Good grief can you believe it’s November already? Whether you believe it or not it is most certainly a reality so here’s ten posters to start the month off that I hope you will all enjoy.

A Clockwork Orange by Rory Kurtz

A Clockwork Orange by Rory Kurtz

Amelie by Ise Ananphada

Amelie by Ise Ananphada

Dr. No by David O'Daniel

Dr. No by David O’Daniel

Halloween by Dan Mumford

Halloween by Jason Edmiston

Man of Steel by Dan Mumford

Man of Steel by Dan Mumford

El Fauno (Pan's Labyrinth) by Vance Kelly

El Fauno (Pan’s Labyrinth) by Vance Kelly

Rosemary's Baby by Jonathan Burton

Rosemary’s Baby by Jonathan Burton

The Birds by Ken Taylor

The Birds by Ken Taylor

The Evil Dead by Tara McPherson

The Evil Dead by Tara McPherson

Unbreakable by Matt Ryan Tobin

Unbreakable by Matt Ryan Tobin

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14 thoughts on “ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR NOVEMBER 7, 2016

  1. Yikes! That “Clockwork Orange” manifestation presents some gruesome effects of the story itself! Oh “Amelie” one of my favourites, and all the icons that the story unfolds. Very wonderful. “Dr. No” shows that similar ornamentation in the classic playing card. The simplicity of Myers house is thought provoking to know what horrors will come about later. Dan Mumford’s “Man of Steel” hits on the lateral effect in artwork that is DEFINITELY my cup of tea. I’ve seen it in several works and it makes me not care about the story but just glory in the artistic design!

    “Pan’s Labyrinth” hits the depth of how far only two colours can show richness in imagery. Rosemary’s Baby makes me think, “Ouch!” Ken Taylor’s “The Birds” gives us a darker and more Poe view of that tale. It’s kind of scary to remember even pigeons were involved in the rampage of that flick. So this new poster is a dark delight in contrast to that. “Evil Dead” has that festive, comic-book vibe. And the shattering effect of “Unbreakable”… well… something broke! ha ha!

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