In this very interesting mashup, Los Angeles based artist Andrew Tarusov brings the worlds of Disney and Tim Burton closer. The series presents illustrations as posters of famous Disney movies – with the added twist of being directed by Tim Burton. It’s quite an ambiance, and makes for a lovely visual experience.
Travel posters are so retro, but also so very futuristic when NASA makes some of them, for exoplanets. The freshly released set includes three exoplanets, the Kepler-186f, HD 40307g, and the Kepler-16b. Of the set, Kepler-186f is remarkable because it falls within the habitable zone of its star, which is redder and cooler than our sun. Speaking of cool, the Kepler-16b is located in a binary star system, where you could see two suns in the sky at once, much like Tattooine in Star Wars. Enjoy these posters here, or if you would like one for your room, head on to the NASA website to download (much) higher resolution versions that would be totally awesome as posters.
The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies will be out in December. While you wait for that, they have unveiled a huge, widescreen poster for you to enjoy. The image above shows a section of the poster, hit ahead or click on the image above for the larger, full, version.
The warring lords of Westeros need to recruit soldiers for their armies. Propaganda posters are a time honored and successful solution to recruitment troubles. Posters by artist Olivia Desianti.
The Simpsons universe is littered with in-universe movie references which unfortunately never got a chance to shine in theaters of our world. Righting some of that wrong, MTV and Old Red Jalopy have created a set of posters for the “fake” movie references in the Simpsons. Going by the posters, those movies have quite the star lineup.
Van Orton Design has a cool set of posters that show popular movies from the ’80s in stained glass style art.
We don’t need being told that Monty Python is awesome, the comedy genius really was all kinds of awesome. Now we can bask in the glory of the comedy genius with several of the famous quotes and references getting illustrated and making an appearance on prints and t-shirts. Titled Monty Python is Awesome the set includes custom designed hand screen-printed T-shirts and posters.
Print by illustrator Max Dalton puts characters from Star Wars Episodes IV to VI in one 18″ x 24″ poster. Sure everyone remembers the big names, but several of these characters have long since been forgotten. The print was priced at $50 and appears to have been sold out already!