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Posted by: Graham Smith in Categories: Inspiration, Posters
I've picked out a few of my favourites from this Massively Large Collection of Completely Textless Movie Posters, that have been amended/recreated without any of original posters text/wording whatsoever.
I would love to know more about how these film posters were edited, and if indeed, it was by the same person or by a number of individuals. Not to much information on the source links, so if anyone has any information?
You'll see over in the original collection that many of the textless movie posters are of the illustrative style: Indiana Jones, Starwars etc, which minus the text and wording, really allows you to see the detail and styles in each poster.
Personally not for me; I prefer the photographic, and/or finer art styles as I've shown below. That's not to say the illustrative posters are bad, just a sign of the times that photo realisism is where it's 'mostly' at.
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