Jaws (1975)

To each their own but I think it was a brilliant move, you’re drawn to the black fin immediately but it doesn’t really register for a few moments. If it’d just been a beach scene it would have been like the hundreds of other

Taxi Driver (1976)

This is really reminiscent of the artwork used on the Steelbook version of The Departed, it would be really cool if they released this on one as well. View post on imgur.com

Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

Being an absolute nerd whenever I see a massive collaboration like this I wonder how the production broke down and numbered the characters. It’d be fascinating to see who number “1” is, and so forth since so many actors egos are wrapped up in

“Italian” Django Unchained

I did not. From what I gather, there were contests to make posters before the movie came out, and this was one of them. Nice poster. Based on the original Italian poster for Django.

Original Star Wars Trilogy (1977-1983)

A New Hope looks like a old-school sci-fi movie with comedy elements (with R2 going crazy in the background.) I think all thats needed is have the star destroyer firing at the blockade runner in the sky to show the action element. Empire poster

Fight Club (1999)

I feel this design is missing out on a great opportunity to use the combined darker silhouette for something meaningful. Right now from a distance all I see is a weird dark blob in the center that doesn’t mean anything.

Com Truise – In Decay

this reminds me of an old logo. PBS I think? edit: [it’s PBS I’m thinking of](http://img1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20130120233914/logopedia/images/5/5c/PBS_logo_1984.jpg)

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)

He said only 40 would be available to the gallery and the edition is of 60. Check out his [mailing list](http://visualtechnicians.com/) and [Facebook](http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=404543146248891&set=a.235241426512398.48555.235176226518918&type=1&relevant_count=1) for further info. He should have the remaining copies and maybe some AP’s for sale at some point. Sometimes variants (different

Attack The Block (2011)

…I have never heard of this movie. Somehow, even with sky-high praise all across the board, it managed to slip completely under my radar. It’s definitely on my watchlist now.

The Great Gatsby (2013)

I’d like to purchase the poster for this movie – just the earlier one with the black backdrop rather than the character posters. Anybody have an idea how I could do this? ebay yields nothing!

300 (2006)

Wat. This is bad. I mean really really bad. I get that we should be a positive subreddit, but seriously. Who upvoted this? This looks like something my cats can do in paint.

Alien

I know it’s one of the most famous scene’s in Sci-Fi so I shouldn’t complain, however I don’t like the idea of a poster giving away such a surprise. But, I guess that’s why this was made now and not 34 years ago.

Django Unchained (2012)

I love that old style spaghetti western theme the poster uses like [Once Upon a Time in the West](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Once_upon_a_Time_in_the_West.jpg)

Panama Wedding – Parallel Play

reminds me of [Com Truise’s ‘In Decay’](http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/b/bf/Com_Truise_In_Decay.jpg) and the music video of [Tame Impala’s ‘Feels Like We Only Go Backwards’](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wycjnCCgUes). love it!

Melvins – Houdini

“The band wanted to call the album Kurt Kobain but changed it after Cobain’s death to eliminate the possibility of people mistaking it for a tribute record. Melvins also jokingly remarked that Kurt Cobain actually is the titular “prick”, because he died and therefore

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)

This week on “OP delivers”: A little research gave me a version in [1000×1481](http://www.25fiftysix.com/images/work/gbu_large.jpg) – credits go to http://www.25fiftysix.com/. Sorry I didn’t list that the first time, couldn’t find the original source where I saw it first.

Pelican – The Cliff

Cover looks nice, overall. No cliff, but I can get over that, haha. Pelican is definitely my favorite band, but the last album was pretty weak without Laurent around. Hopefully the songwriting has picked back up a bit from where it was. Not to

The Thing (1982)

If anyone is interested, here’s a link to the short story [Who Goes There](http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/40696), upon which this movie is based. Cool read, and aside from some of the science, it’s surprisingly modern, for having been written in the 1930’s.
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