I like the wonderfully,sleak and sublime original poster design so much that I thought I’d do some completely different (busy/red/graphic) so as not to tamper with it. I forgot to change the date on the side. Oh well
you did good—- me like, esp. this spectrum of reds/orange and the negative black silhouette. gritty.
Well thank you terribly.
still having fun with this:
Thank You Samantha, thats encouraging…
and Jason…Taxi Driver is nice…me thinks a little color would definitely help…
thanks Andy. . . I didn’t want to get too bright with it. . . Travis being a depressing sort of guy, and all. . . but thank you for the compliment. I dig your Fargo one
Good one, Cryer
Hot damn, Julian. Forgive the year on this, I know it should be ’22.
Truly awesome, Julian and Noel. Billy Budd! Marvelous
I don’t know how to copy the picture itself or the html in order to post it in this space, but you can see my image via the above link.
Nathan, exclamation marks around your link without spaces - ! link !
Your EYES WIDE SHUT uses exactly the image I would have used.
One attempt at one for The Innocents.
I didn’t get the Criterion name and logo too well. Ah well.
Another attempt at The Innocents.
JP, great one for Night of the Hunter!
JP and Alex, thanks for the awesome covers for Eyes Wide Shut, both of them really capture the film.
Yes! There we go.
great, that’s a neat cover…
Yeah, I like that Lives of Others a lot.
I definitely prefer dreamlike imagery to rational imagery, even if some of these covers might end up being more exciting than the films themselves!
Let’s do some Haneke. Cache could use a better cover.
By request. Couldn’t find a hi-rez version of this image to work with, so the quality kinda sucks. But I like the effect.
Still pretty great, though. The pixelization works for me, because the film is about the warping of historical fact and images, remembering things right and wrong and we all Haneke’s big on post-modern aesthetics, so I say it works as it is.
Hey, the CACHE cover worked well!
Dang it, I’m still trying to load my image…
Wow! The poster for Cache is marvelous.