Name the films... these two posters were featured in the film quiz at the Roxy this week. To make it a little more challenging, all the details and the cast names are removed at the quiz (pretty big give away). Cool posters though, especially like the first one.
Think it's safe to say that Stephen Fairey's iconic poster, synonymous with the 2008 Obama presidential campaign has "aquired the kind of instant recognition of Jim Fitzpatrick's Che Guevara image". Thankyou Wikipedia and Laura Barton from The Guardian. Personally I prefer the rawness of the image below (gotta love a poster within a poster)... yea... fuck you Hosni 'Hitler' Mubarak!!! Just GO OUT!!!
Some great posters from the political event engineered by Jon Stewart, fans gathered in Washington to protest against political bullying and name-calling, approximately 250,000 turned up and brought their signs.
This poster commemorates The Black Keys show at Academy in Glasgow tomorrow night. It’s by Mark McDevitt of Methane and it’s signed and numbered edition of 150, 18” x 24”, 3 screens on 100 lb cougar natural paper. This and other t-shirts and goodies will be for sale at the merch table at the show.
Media agency Film London, BFI London Film Festival and Transport for London have joined forces to produce The Underground Film map, charting 70 years of cinematic history in London. All stations are named after films, and in some cases after studios, directors, actors and TV shows shot in the area. To find out more and for a chance to win a print visit Time Out's website, or alternatively, you can also buy the poster on the TFL site.