Malaga, Spain’s Agu Méndez looks at this years Oscar winners in this series of alternative posters. You can check out more of his work over here. Click on the posters to enter the gallery…
The extremely talented Julian Rentzsch has just released these wonderful portraits of three of the greats for Stellavie in Germany. You can buy them in their shop and you can check out some more of Julian’s brilliant work over at his official website.
Now is a good a time as any to showcase the work of master sketcher Rich Kelly and his beautiful takes on some very classy film work. Free and easy but somehow also brilliantly complex, Kelly has a fine knack for creating striking images, never seen before from films seen …
The notorious horror gets a rather pretty poster by Randy Ortiz. You can see more of his beautiful work here.
Dan Norris does his splatter thing all over Jonathan Glazer‘s Under The Skin.
Another beauty, this time for Hitch’s classic shocker Psycho by Kevin Tong.
Kevin Tong’s beautiful poster for Shane Carruth’s brilliant Upstream Color
Peter Strain does his usual genius all over Wes Anderson‘s latest.
A favourite here at Projector Magazine, Laurent Durieux monster obsessed work is detailed and beautiful. An illustrator and graphic artist from Belgium whose work has been going from strength to strength. Check out a selection of his work below or head over to his official site.
Janée Medows takes on Kubrick’s Lolita (1962)
Look it even has a cool poster! Neto Vilalobos‘ Por Las Plumas.
Typical striking image by Jay Shaw for Jonathan Levine‘s rather good All the Boys Love Mandy Lane from way back in 2006.
Apart from being one of this years most sublime head wreckers, Denis Villeneuve’s Enemy also has a cracker of a poster.
Jay Shaw has recently turned his hand to the dark side with a series celebrating Dario Argento. Here’s our favourite.
Great poster for the rather excellent Ain’t Them Bodies Saints.
The ever controversial Lars Von Trier has released a series of character posters, effortlessly sticking it to the relatively new Hollywood marketing ploy for his upcoming sexual epic, Nymphomaniac. The two-part film should be released next year and stars Charlotte Gainsbourg, Stellan Skarsgård, Shia LaBeouf, Jamie Bell, Christian Slater and Connie …
Kevin Tong’s The World’s End poster for Mondo.
The brilliant Grzegorz Domaradzki has been featured on Projector Magazine since our humble Tumblr beginnings so we thought it about time to spotlight this talent with a small showcase of his work. Leaning towards the muscular action film Domaradzki focuses on fine pen strokes and shadow for his work; Beautiful portraits feature heavily …
Adam Maida makes the best out of a pretty average situation with this cracking poster.
More splatter for today from The Jock with this take on John Carpenters Classic.
Ghostco do a one off for Chan Wook Parks modern classic Oldboy.
Adam Juresko has been a long time favorite here at Projector so we thought it about time that we featured a small selection of his design savvy film work. His website and his Etsy stores are well worth a look and most of the designs here are still for sale. …
A fantastic poster by Lyra for Ben Rivers lovely quiet film Two Years at Sea.
We Buy Your Kids get a little murky with Jeff Nichol’s Mud.
César Moreno‘s wonderful screen print for the Oscar-winning The Silence of the Lambs.
We’ve broken the mould here at Projector Magazine for Adam Spizak, whose wonderful work for Mad Men, Breaking Bad, Dexter, The Walking Dead & Californication begs to be seen. Take a look at the posters in the gallery below and be sure to head over and check out the rest of his fantastic work. You can also …
The super talented Grzegorz Domaradzk paints a nice McQueen.
Mondo are debuting a series of posters from one of the most influential and important America directors this week curated by Aaron Horkey. Paul Thomas Anderson’s Hard Eight, Magnolia, Boogie Nights, Punch Drunk Love and There Will Be Blood can be bought on their website later this week…
Stunning collection of work inspired by the films of Godard by the talented Juan Villanueva.
A very grizzly poster indeed for Franck Khalfoun’s version of William Lustieg’s 1980 Argento influenced cult slasher by Jeff Proctor. You can more of his stunning work here…
Akiko Stehrenberger goes to neon town on Harmonie Korine’s bonkers spring break epic.
After the crushing and dividing Antichrist and the crushing and destructive Meloncholia the Danish master is at it again. This just launched this morning along with a stark and blatantly sexual film poster. The film, due out later this year follows one womans sexual history from birth until her 50’s when she is saved by …