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05.15.13 Andy Cush

There’s no surefire way to make your creative work go viral, but for designers, there are a few formulas that see success fairly often. One is make over the aesthetics of an already well-known piece of pop culture–especially a movie, and especially especially if that movie happens to be Star Wars. Another is minimalism. So in seeing […]

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04.25.13 Andy Cush

Die Hard was based on a book. That book, the 1979 thriller Nothing Lasts Forever, was the sequel to a 1966 novel called The Detective, which was adapted as a film of the same name in 1968. That film starred none other than Frank Sinatra. Yes, Frank Sinatra once played John “yipee-ki-yay” McClane. While the Die Hard-Nothing Lasts Forever-The Detective saga is […]

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03.07.12 Marina Galperina

It’s called the Life Politic. Get it? Get it? Oh, that’s good. Obama gets The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou-ish with a mash-up poster from The Obama Poster Project. This artist crew has freshly started combining movies and our re-election seeking prez and will even donate some proceeds directly to the 2012 Obama Re-Election campaign. There’re also t-shirts. There’s also a […]

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06.20.11 Marina Galperina

Here’s an ongoing project from pop artist Mr. Whaite. He’s been chugging out animated neon signage for classic blockbusters of yesteryear all month! Click the thumbnails to see the Empire striking back, Vincent and Mia twisting at Jack Rabbit Slim’s and his latest, the suspenseful thump in a glass as dinosaur-related doom approaches in Jurassic […]

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05.19.11 Marina Galperina

People old/ironic/nerdtastic enough to know what Atari is will enjoy this series of mock-game visuals from Penny Design. As a throwback to the once-thriving, bootleg market of “lackluster video game tie-ins” vaguely alluding the blockbusters of the ’70s and ’80s, these amusing 8-bit doozies will look lovely on your wall regardless of your age or […]

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