Posted in Blog, Poster Showcase Posted in February 7, 2012
Sure it’s February, but that’s not going to stop me from posting my favorite posters of 2011. While most of the big studios were putting out their “business as usual” style posters, a few of them took some pretty cool chances and the results are amazing. Sure, a lot of these are from Indie studios, but even a few of the big boys decided to get in the game. Read More
Posted in Blog, Inspiration, posters Posted in October 10, 2011
I recently stumbled onto a FearNet post covering some of their favorite Illustrated Horror film posters, and while their list is solid, I feel like it left off a few of my all-time favorites. So, this list was born. Plus, I’m bored with top ten lists, so this one goes to 11!
Posted in Blog, News, posters Posted in October 9, 2011
Whipped up this fun little poster after reading this Buzzfeed blog post, which included a “Dogman” holding an ax, among a list of 60 stock images said to be completely unusable. I respectively disagreed and this poster concept was born.
Posted in Blog, posters Posted in July 31, 2011
Anyone who knows me, can attest to the fact that I’m a huge Coen brothers fan. I’ve been man-crushing on Joel & Ethan for as far back as I can remember. I even wrote a paper deconstructing the sound design in Barton Fink for a class in Film School….super cool, right? Besides being amazing filmmakers, the Coens usually dazzle us with beautiful key art as well. So I decided to head back into the archives a bit and come up with my top 10 favorite Coen films (using the films’ one sheets, of course). Now, these are ranked by film, not by the poster design…so get off my back. Enjoy! Read More
Posted in Blog, Inspiration, News, posters Posted in March 22, 2010
This year I was lucky enough to participate in the 2010 SXSW/AIGA Austin Film poster awards. This was the second year of this contest. Now apart of the SXSW Film Design Awards, which has awards for both “Excellence in Title Design” and “Excellence in Poster Design.”
While I didn’t win, I feel so inspired by all the amazing design that was part of the show. It is truly amazing to see the quality of work being created for the independent film scene.
Posted in Blog, Poster Showcase, posters Posted in January 28, 2010
This months Poster showcase is for a film I was lucky enough to be involved with. THE ART OF THE STEAL is the latest documentary by Don Argott & 9.14 Pictures (Rock School, Two Days in April) that tells the story of Dr. Albert C. Barnes and struggle over his mult-billion dollar art collection housed at the Barnes Foundation in Philly. Read More