Another (hopefully) excellent set of alt-posters for this third week of January, 2017. I tried to be as diverse as possible so I hope you all enjoy them.
Images from King Kong (1933), The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms (1953), and Them! (1954) are hidden within the film. Each image is seen extremely briefly, for only a single frame, during a camera edit. The “Them!” picture is shown at 00.24.06, the “Beast from 20,000 Fathoms” picture is shown at 00.45.27, and the “King Kong” picture is shown at 1.06.55. A brief clip of Rob and Beth at a train station is seen with the “King Kong” image at 1.06.51.
- I want to apologize for what I feel is a lack of diversity in this week’s set of posters. To be honest pickings were slim and I admit I am getting a little burned out. I’ve been doing this post well over a year now.
- For those of you who follow my Scream Queen of the Month post I am sorry to say that the December Scream Queen, Kristen Bell, will be my last. I’ve been doing the SQotM ever since I began in 2010 and again I have gotten burned out. If you want view beautiful girls, although they may or may not be scream queens, then check out Rincewind and Grumpy Old Farts blogs; you will not be disappointed.
November is coming to a close and the Holiday shopping season has begun. Here’s hoping you will all take a little time out of trying to find that perfect Christmas gift to check out these ten alt-posters I have for you this week. Enjoy.
Another week and I have more posters for all of you. One in particular, Hollywood Movie Monsters by Ryan Huddle, does not focus on any one film; instead it pays tribute to…well, you’ll have to see it to appreciate it. Enjoy.
I received a comment for my post on Alt-Postr-Spotlight: Stephen King’s It. It reads: “Hey man, thanks for the feature, but it’s REALLY not cool to re-post other people’s artwork without linking back to the original source.” I replied with “You were given credit for your artwork. I’ve been doing this feature for the past year and no one has complained. In fact it has been the opposite with several artists thanking me for featuring them. I’ll remove your art. Thank you.”
If there are any artists reading this whose work I have featured on here and want their work removed please let me know and I will remove it without question. It is not my intent to steal your work; you are given credit for every piece that I feature here. I do this series (Alt-Postr-Monday) as my way of saying thank you for the fantastic work that all of you do and to share it with the rest of the world. I do not sell your work nor do I ever take credit for your work. I am in awe of what you do and I guarantee you I am not the only one. Thank you.
Here’s the last set of Alt-Posters before Christmas. I hope you all enjoy them.