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Friday’s favorite things: March 18th

Ashkon Hamidieh

March 18, 2016

Every Friday we round up some of our favorite finds on the web, from illustrations and videos to fonts and photography. This week, we enjoyed creative movie posters by talented artists and designers around the world.

Art attack
Erik Buckham is a skilled graphic designer with his own studio called Palace Works in Los Angeles. In order to artfully convey the true story of a multi-billion dollar heist, he made this suspenseful movie poster that more than fits the bill.

The Art of the Steal, Erik Buckham, Palace Works, Movie Posters

Apocalypse now
Gravillis Inc. is a visual communications agency that strives to create thought provoking advertising campaigns for the entertainment industry. They’ve been giving us marvelous design since 2000, and that’s safe to say for this apocalyptic X-MEN piece.

X-MEN Apocalypse, Gravillis Inc., Movie Poster

Ever seen a ghost?
Creative agency, Empire Design, has been producing award winning work since 1996. Specializing in film advertising campaigns, they’ve created art for some of the most popular movies around. Check out their latest masterpiece here, done for the latest 007 adventure.

Spectre, James Bond, 007, Empire Design, Movie Poster

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