Poster Art

I’m always on the look out for movie poster re-imaginings (or at least that’s what I call them)… they make me wish I was even somewhat artistic and more creative. My taste clearly steers mostly to minimalist or sometimes retro.

Here are a few of my favorites:

A creative take on one of cinema’s most iconic scenes.

Of all the posters I’ve seen, this is one of the most creative.

I always get weird looks when I use this line. I’m glad someone else finds it as memorable as I do.

This is just clever. I probably never would’ve thought of it.

This poster is better than the ’98 movie.

If I were making a Big poster, it would look nothing like this. I probably would’ve used clean lines and vibrant colors. That’s why I don’t make these. This is perfect.

This should’ve been the movie poster. It’s a seamless mash-up of the DDL poster and the plot…. sans milkshake.

It’s got all the things I love: a comic book/vintage/pop art feel… and Spiderman.

For more posters, check out the Minimal Movie Posters tumblr.


I simultaneously LOLed and thought, “That is really awesome!” after finding this. Enjoy, 90s kids!

LOVE. LOVE. LOVE. I want this framed in my house.


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