I’m not the biggest fan of Wes Anderson, but I definitively respect his films and his characters. But what I found much more entrancing of his films is the aesthetic, his aesthetic that feeds us with an amazing color scheme, that became the signature of each of the films. So when Paul Frank publishes this in his pinterest board I though I should share it on my blog.
I’m finally back! After a few weeks out for work me and this blog are back. And this is the best way to came back, with an awesome post of Quiz film.
Again Stephen Wildish creates another series of nostalgic visual trivia of the films in his Friday Project. This time he left behind the decades to start attacking genres so here are the first three of the poster series.
A few moths ago I was ask to write a couple of post about weddings, so I decide to post the last of this today. Valentine’s day is the day of the year with more wedding proposals and weddings. So I tough it will be a great inspiration for those getting ready to pop the question tonight. Without further ado, here is my list for the 10 best wedding proposals on films.
He did it again!, And by he, I mean Stephen Wildish a British Artist, Designer and Illustrator, He create another series of minimalistic posters for The Friday Porject, and they are a nostalgic visual trivia of two decade of films and the films of James Bond. I am a fan of this artist, he make really funny things.
This time I decide something really different that my usual post. I have to admit that I had become and addict to Pinterest , while browsing the place I found three posters by Stephen Wildish a British Artist, Designer and Illustrator. Well He create this minimalistic posters for The Friday Porject, and they are a nostalgic visual trivia of three decade of films.
Clue: They are Film Alphabeth ergo the movie title start with the letter is related to. Now how many of each you can Guess?
Directed by Fritz Lang
Written by Thea van Harbnou
Produced by Erich Pommer
Starring: Alfred Abel, Brigitte Helm, Gustav Frohlick, Rudolph Klein-Rogge
Running Time: 153 minutes
Release Date: January 10, 1927
The other day I went to a pre-screening of a movie and at the entrance theres a little table where you can get some of the movie posters of the moves playing and some old. I took a couple I like and I star thinking in make a post about 10 great movie poster, so here we go.
10. American Beuty
It’s simple, is delicate, is straight to what you gonna see, it’s beautiful
It’s Hichtcock. The poster do justice to the film, the image of the poster is awkward as the images of the nightmares in the film are.
8. Pulp Fiction
With out any doubt this is one of the most memorable posters ever. Trying to emulate an old pulp magazine with the image of a noir feme fatale.
7. The Graduate
This poster have everything first that 60’s style of picture drawing, the dull color and the most important of all the most famous image in the story of cinema.
6. Rosemary’s baby.
Not only because is the only poster in my room, or one of my favorite movies. But for the contrast between Mia Farrow restless face and the eerie baby’s carriage… a nightmare waiting to happen.
5. Star Wars: Episode 1
Not need to be a genius to get this one.
4. Paris, Je t’aime
This is a beautiful poster with heart bursting with Eiffel towers, I think is very perfect for the movie and capture the multi-vision of it.
This poster is better than the movie. The poster has this great art-deco style and kinetic I definitely love it.
2. Walk the line
An instant classic, every time I see this poster I think Memphis, union st and sun studios. The color, the image of Cash and of course in the place of honor his guitar.
This poster is ominous and the image and lines show you the character of the movie. The poster had been imitated endless times but this poster, as the film deserve a premium spot in cinema history.