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Show off you love of film in a more unique way than just a regular movie poster. This 100 Essential Films poster from Pop Chart Lab isn’t just a kickass looking infographic; you can scratch away the boxes to reveal the hidden film lurking beneath the metallic surface. Use the best promo code ever created, CASHABLANCA,…
So many of us grew up with Mattel toys—and now, as adults, that nostalgia is still part of us. Enter Gallery 1988, which holds annual art shows featuring works in all mediums based on Mattel’s most popular brands. Time to bring that childhood back.
Just in time for May the 4th, you can plan your own aerial assault with these discounted Star Wars screen prints from Inked and Screened. Today only, choose between the blueprints of a TIE Bomber or and infographic of the Death Star, for under $20. Now if only Jyn Erso had known that she could just buy the plans from…
We rarely think about the role food plays in our favorite TV shows or movies, but damned if it hasn’t been crucial. But what would Ghostbusters be without Twinkies? Twin Peaks without pie? Goonies without Baby Ruth? Pixar without Pizza Planet? One artist has decided to celebrate this crucial link in a very unique way.
In Japan, the rep for many modern movie posters is that they’re not cool. The ones distributors create for the local market are often criticized for lacking in style. Shame, because there are truly awesome one-sheets being done, many of which are totally unofficial and totally fantastic.
Artist Scott Park managed to do the incredible: he drew nearly all the identifiable spaceships and vehicles and animals used in the original Star Wars trilogy and laid them out in one awesome poster you can buy. There’s basically everything you love and know here: the Millennium Falcon, both Death Stars, TIE Fighters,…
Sony's big screen adaptation of Patrick Jean's outstanding games-versus-real-life animated short scored a trio of new posters today, evoking far greater majesty than a movie starring Adam Sandler has any right to.
After slogging through 7 years of lackluster prequels, the possibility of returning to the Star Wars world with the original cast and promise of better storytelling gets us really, really exciting. Which is probably why these fan-imagined posters got us incredibly excited. Just look at them!
In the wake of the ridiculously awesome propaganda posters put up by police in Eastern China, another Chinese police force has come out with a set of awesome photos. This time around, instead of letting the locals know who's watching, a police department of south west China's Sichuan province is looking for recruits!
Deviant Artist and Halo fan Scourge07 combined his penchant for art with his passion for Bungie shooters to create a series of wonderful minimalist posters, one for each game in the series.
Nothing could be more familiar than the original Star Wars poster, featuring Darth's head looming over our light saber-wielding heroes. But that poster has gone through a lot of mutations in its lifetime, as the movie journeyed across the globe. Here are some of the weirdest and most obscure Star Wars posters in…
Sif, a boss from Dark Souls, is looking mighty fine on this mighty fine poster by artist Gibbs Rainock, who you might remember is not new to the Dark Souls poster business.
Artist Marinko Milosevski has created another trio of Legend of Zelda posters, adding A Link to the Past, Twilight Princess and Skyward Sword to the list of games that he's created designs for.
Etsy is just chock full of gems like these mashup style posters by Robert Mangaoang. Making sense of two themes mashed together is a little delightfully head scratchy.
The "Soviet propaganda" art style has been trendy for fan art lately, and that's what artist Joseph Baranowski's Pac-Man themed design project seems to have started as. But I think the best part are the two above: posters for Ghost University!
We keep hearing rumors here and there about a Mass Effect movie in the works. As much as I love the franchise, I'm not sure I ever really want to see one. My Shepard is, well, my Shepard, and any movie starring someone of that name is unlikely to tell the story I preferred having told.
If your school library was anything like mine, then it had a ring of old posters around the perimeter, high on the wall where no librarian could reach to change them, trying to convince children that reading is cool.
Designed by Kotaku reader Marinko Milosevski, these fake movie posters make me want to watch a film based on Shadow of the Colossus. And Majora's Mask. And Super Metroid. And Ocarina of Time. And Ico. And Wind Waker.