We present a collection of Extremely creative movie poster designs which do more than merely showing their actors. These movie posters are clever, sly or even quirky. They convey the crux of the movie. Long after the movie is forgotten, you may remember these posters.
We begin with Terminator Salvation (of course). While the movie might not be a patch on its illustrious predecessors, especially Terminator 2 – this poster is catchy. Beyond the generic devastation of a city landscape in bird’s eye view – look closely and you’ll find the human skull shape. Subtlety in a genre where it isn’t always valued enough!
Avatar was one of those movies which raised the bar for graphics, story-telling and CGI. The poster remains a beautiful mix of evocative (check out the eye) and fantastical.
The poster of Stripped down stays true to the tagline : everything will be revealed. The “femme fatale” mood is enhanced by a sexy stiletto stomping on the pics of people (who probably are on her wrong side) and a gun pointing at them doubling as the heel. It conveys a cold ruthlessness which isn’t easy to portray
Who said animations can’t make for creative movie poster designs? Check out the Ice Age (dawn of dinosaurs) poster which plays on the familiar image of a dinosaur by adjusting our view-port from inside the mouth of one – see his serrated teeth?
Jason Statham and Amy Smart star in this commercial feature film aptly named “crank high voltage” . An interesting premise about a mobster having a battery for a heart – the design of the poster does justice to the electrifying theme (puns intended)
Because we love mutants who have powers of wolves … Because we think Hugh Jackman is plain awesome ..X-Men Origins Wolverine
The Final Destination series was always about how you can run, but you can’t hide from Death. Check out the illustration below which depicts the tagline :rest in pieces to perfection. The living and the dead face juxtaposed in shattered pieces. Death won’t let you be
Finally, we have that symbol which modern world will perhaps never forget. The ‘swastika’ has turned from a sign of purity to sign of pure evil – thanks to Hitler’s Nazi madness. Tarantino’s gore-fest Inglourious Basterds shows plenty of blood, tells a story of Nazi occupied France and this illustration urges us to never forget the lessons history taught us