•Identify the movie poster or movie, which
inspired the comic book cover.
•Example on next slide.
•Movie X was based upon a book of the same name, even the movie
poster was heavily inspired from the book cover.
•The book cover was designed by S. Neil Fujita with a marionette
•Id the movie.
•Creation of Adam by Michaelangelo is one of the most famous
•This painting inspired the poster for a 1982 classic.
•Id the movie.
•Director of this upcoming bollywood movie wanted to pay
tribute the iconic art of hand-made posters.
•Therefore, he hired several local artists to capture the mood
of the period portrayed in the movie.
•Id the movie.
•X is an Indian artist. He began his career by drawing cinema posters.
Later, during 40s he became well known as an artist and was also one
of the original members of Bombay Progressive Artists Group, breaking
away from Bengal School of Art. He was later awarded Padma Shri and
even made a movie titled “Through the Eyes of a Painter” for which he
won national award for best experimental film.
•Recently X paid $690,000 for international poster of the movie,
Metropolis, of which only 4 remain in existence.
•Image on next slide.
Designers Mark Blamire and Rob O’Connor were given a still from the
Beatles biopic Backbeat to use as inspiration to create poster of an
acclaimed movie, X. Both of the designers disliked with an inherent
disregard and used a entirely different method by combining individual
character posters, a technique also used in Reservoir Dogs.
While simplistic, the movie’s poster is a lesson in retro-cool. It features
Uma Thurman lying on a bed and smoking a cigarette while staring
seductively at the camera..
•Id the movie, being talked about.
The first idea that popped into his(Singer) head was the poster. Five
men on a police line up. The story flowed from that image. Who were
these men? What links them? What happens next? After the film was
finally shot, there was no doubt that the poster would follow Singer’s
original idea: five criminals, one line-up, no coincidence.
•Id the cult classic.
Movie poster of X was inspired by artwork of Y titled Female Bodies as
•Identify X and Y.
Tom Jung was hired to draw the movie poster of X, despite being less
preferred than Frank Frazzetta. He delivered a piece, which was more
Frazzeta's than his, having male lead abs, which can make Arnold
Schwarzenegger envy and female lead exposing her legs and
appearing as sexy as she can.
One of the main problem, which was encountered by Tom Jung was
sexiness of the female lead. He substituted his own wife as a model in
place of the lead actress to produce “glamorous princess” on the movie
The 1950s saw Hollywood in a bit of a tizz. Television was conquering
America. Cinemagoers were turning their back on the silver screen to
stay at home and watch the gogglebox. Every B-Movie needed a
suitably lurid posters and the go-to man was Reynold Brown.
Unlike most Brown posters, this wasn’t a woman running away from a
monster wearing next to nothing. The woman was the monster, albeit
one wearing next to nothing.
Id the cult classic, which perhaps the most iconic posters of all times.