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A rather charmingly illustrated 1971 Polish poster for Who Believes In Storks as directed by Helena Amiradzib.
Die blonde Venus, film poster (detail), 1932. Starring Marlene Dietrich.
It’s rare that we post a campaign simply because its truly bloody awful.
However, these advertising images of Paz de la Huerta for Vivienne Westwood SS 2015 Campaign, as photographed by Jürgen Teller, are pretty much as bad as it gets.
An unusual and rather lovely illustrated film poster for Melanie Shaw’s upcoming movie Running Wild.
Via: IMP Awards
Little known fact; few people are aware of the fact that the grainy ambiguous photographs that form the centrepiece of Michelangelo Antonioni’s seminal 60s movie (released in 1966) were actually shot for the film by a young Don McCullin.
…who The English Group is working with on a Limited Edition lifetime retrospective of his work.
This version of the poster is the Italian 2-foglio.
Katherine and I went to see a screening of Whiplash yesterday evening, and can’t recommend the film enough.
It’s simply fabulous, and do go see it.
Here’s a few of the movie’s film posters.
I don’t know anything at all about the new film starring Ewan McGregor, Last Days In The Desert, and directed by Rodrigo Garcia, but it certainly does have an appealing atmospheric poster.
I’m already fascinated by the Fibonacci sequence and I’m also gutting increasingly wowed by 3D printing. Here’s a combination to blow your mind…