The Polish poster for Blade Runner (1982),by Michal Ksiazek.
Via: Iain Claridge
Keira Knightley has never really registered on my radar, but I love this simple and effortlessly topless portrait of her – and the bold cover image too – from the latest issue of Interview magazine.
The photography is by Patrick Demarchelier
I loved the first movie and eagerly await Frank Miller’s sequel, but there seems to be 101 different teaser posters preceding the release of the film.
So, let’s just concentrate on the only one of them to have been awarded the dubious honour of being banned.
It’s good enough for me though; simply because it features the delectable and always delightfully dirty Eva Green (and, if I’m bored later, maybe I’ll update the post with a broader selection of posters).
Via: IMP Awards
Funky 1964 Japanese poster with a memorable illustrative style for A Hard Day’s Night, directed Richard Leste (UK, 1964).
Hans Hillmann, arthouse film poster for Goddard’s Masculine Feminine, 1966. Neue Filmkunst Walter Kirchner, Germany.
Exhibition Hans Hillmann: Film Posters at kemistrygallery in London. Aug 21 – Sep 27, 2014.
Via Creative Review
Interview have rather gone to town with covers with their September 2014 issue.
A captivating rollerblading video for this song by Chet Faker.
For Barely Legal Pawn! Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul go into business together and this time it’s legal…barely. Find out what happens when Julia Louis-Dreyfus becomes a client, trying to offload television’s most coveted item, in this video starring three Emmy Award winners.
In preparing to launch a new (luxury erotic) magazine myself, I am always keen to see what others are doing to promote or announce the launch of their own publications
Another great Hollywood icon departs the mortal coil today.
A few years back we produced a rather lovely Limited Edition book for the UK’s National Portrait Gallery of the movie star portraitist Cornel Lucas’s photography; including the 1958 image of Lauren Bacall (which you can see after the jump).
“I used to think the worst thing in life was to end up all alone. It’s not. The worst thing in life is ending up with people who make you feel all alone.” – Robin Williams, 1951-2014.
This morning we woke up to the terribly sad news that the hugely talented actor Robin Williams had died. I won’t go into why or how as this hasn’t been confirmed and quite frankly, I don’t think we should even need to dwell on it at the moment. What we can do is remember his iconic (and nostalgic!) roles in entertainment.
He will be missed.
Images from Google
A film featuring Antonio Banderas is rarely likely to create any sense of excitement for (even more so if said film also features his wife Melanie Griffiths – and the starring role offered by all of her especially plastic cosmetic surgery), but I do like the feel of these posters for his/their new movie.