“I’m designing a movie poster every day for 2016″, say’s Pete Majarich, from CRAFT X GRAFT.
The art of poster design is fascinating… Common studio posters are designed to appeal to an extremely large audience and usually lack creativity. Alternatively, posters that are created simply for the craft of graphic design often display real imagination.
Day 1 of 365 – Pulp Fiction
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Craft & Graft is a design studio based in Sydney, Australia. Founded in 2013 by designer Peter Majarich, Craft & Graft produces a range of art prints, posters and other goods inspired by pop culture, graphic art, and minimalism.
Day 161 of 365 – Into the Wild.
Day 148 of 365 – Seven.
Day 149 of 365 – Jaws.
Day 132 of 365 – Robocop.
The posters are modern and minimal in nature with fun color palettes.
The entire project is impressively executed from concept to production.
Day 119 of 365 – They Live (limited edition glow in the dark print).
Day 117 of 365 – Back to the Future II.
Day 100 of 365 – Batman V Superman (Batman Edition).
Day 97 of 365 – Being John Malkovich.
Day 57 of 365 – Apollo 13.
In 2016, Pete is undertaking a challenge of designing A Movie Poster A Day, and so far so good. Each poster aims to be an alternative take on the original theatrical release poster, while still staying true to the movie’s concepts.
Each print is digitally produced on premium-quality 160gsm matte coated paper and hand-packed and signed by the artist.
Source: Design Milk,
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