Have movie posters really gone downhill? Compared to the graphic masterpieces of the past – from the poster for Breakfast at Tiffanies to Apocalypse Now – classic movie posters exuded a style the modern orange/blue examples mostly fail to reach with their cheap explosions and format following designs. What if they could look a lot more like these examples from Berlin based Graphic Designer Rocco Malatesta? The design genre would certainly be more intriguing… and mind tickling. [Read more...]
We know you’ve loved the color pallet used in a favorite film and now you can enjoy all of those clever color choices in one image. The film buff behind the website MovieBarCode has put together a collection of images that compress every single frame of an entire movie into just one signature “bar code.” Highlights are Pleasantville’s clear transition from black & white to the films creative use of color or the almost monochromatic green of The Matrix. Head over to moviebarcode.tumblr.com for more of your favorite films.