This sweet minimalist graphic by Joe Stone shows the Star Wars family tree, packing so much detail that is almost surprising for a graphic that looks so simple. Via ILoveCharts, NerdApproved
Simple, minimalist posters often show up, and as simpletons we do have to write about them. Here’s another set focused on Disney Pixar movie posters reduced to minimalist interpretations. Oddly enough, we found it difficult to recognize Woody; what is that shiny helmet like thingy? Posters are available at Etsy shop Poster Inspired.
Artist Bernie Gross made these cool posters of some of the famous WWF (now WWE) legends mostly from the 80s and the 90s. Like always, we’re mesmerized by just how a few well placed lines can speak the entire story. Prints are available on Etsy.
Artist Vincent Vermeij has the power of turning superheroes into popsicles, and also possesses a talent for creating cool, minimalist movie posters. We’ll totally recommend digging through his website and his Society6 shop for gold like what you see here.
Artistic Patrícia Póvoa created this set of minimalistic posters by representing some of the best known figures by their famously well known hairstyles. We equally like the title of the series, “Copyrighted Famous Hairs.”
Pixar has churned out one awesome movie after another, and they’re all so good that legions of people could swear by them. Melbourne based artist/designer Wonchan Lee has created a set of lovely, minimalist posters showing some of the greatest hits ever produced by the studio. Which is to say, many; but damn they’re good. [...]