The Evolution Door: Klemens Torggler

Curator: Mike Kemery
date: April 14, 2014
Categories: Design for Entertaining, Experience Design
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Analogous to reinventing the wheel?
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The Grand Budapest Hotel poster: Annie Atkins

Curator: Sam’s Myth
date: March 28, 2014
Categories: Design for Entertaining, Typographic Design
Tags: annie atkins, Movie posters, the grand budapest hotel, Typography, Wes Anderson

Irish designer Annie Atkins lived up (and then some) to the monumental dream assignment of handling the graphic design elements for Wes Anderson’s latest feature film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, including this theatrical poster and its custom title treatment. 

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We Buy Your Kids

Curator: Sam’s Myth
date: March 24, 2014
Categories: Design for Entertaining, Illustration, Promotional Design & Advertising
Tags: Design, illustration, Movie posters, wbyk, we buy your kids
Among my favorite artists working in the design world today are Webuyyourkids, the alias of Australian design partners Sonny Day and Biddy Maroney. Their iconic illustration style has adorned countless tour posters and album covers, and most recently, the walls of Austin’s Mondo Gallery—with their own show of silkscreened film posters.
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Movie Poster Design: Sam Smith

Curator: Annie Atkins
date: March 21, 2014
Categories: Design for Entertaining
Tags: filmmaking, Movie posters, Sam Smith
Nashville graphic artist Sam Smith makes beautifully simple hand-drawn movie posters, like the above, for the Russian film Elena.
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The Shining: Stanley Kubrick

Curator: Annie Atkins
date: March 20, 2014
Categories: Design for Entertaining
Tags: Graphic Props, Kubrick, Movie design
The most pivotal point of Kubrick’s The Shining is a close-up of a relatively simple graphic prop. Wendy, somewhat relieved that her husband Jack finally has a grip on his novel, discovers his manuscript—and his undeniable madness. 
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