Classic Science Fiction Film Screenprinted Posters
Sep 01, 2009 18:40
Tyler Stout has some incredibly detailed designs of screenprinted movie posters which five classic science fiction films an updated look, all the while offering newer viewers a glimpse of vintage Hollywood charm.
Stout, who also does many of the concert posters for Flight of the Conchords, has an ever-growing series of posters from classic and more recent films (and, for good measure, the geek-themed comedy series Spaced). Many of these posters were created specifically for the Alamo Drafthouse CInema in Austin, Texas to promote their "Big Screen Sci-Fi Classics." He also made the "Remember the Alamo" poster for the theater, which contains visual references to an absurd number of films across the genres.
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