It’s-a Mario, and all of his friends, too! Get ready to decorate any “blah” space with this poster based on the aesthetic and characters of the legendary Nintendo game Super Mario World. From Boo and Goomba to Bowser and Princess Peach, the gang’s all here and set to add a dose of color to your world.
This poster from Pyramid America measures 24 by 36 inches, sure to make the perfect centerpiece of any hideout. Hop into the nearest green warp pipe and pick one up!
Click the link above to check out some truly awesome minimalist posters of the Justice League’s respective powers. Here’s an example, but you’ll definitely want to click through for more!
Just spotted on the IndyExhibition Twitter, a link to a poster as cool as it is creepy…
Artist Matt Busch reimagines some of Hollywood’s most iconic posters but gives them a brand new and terrifying look, zombifying members of the cast and adding a kind of gore that’ll keep you satisfied until The Walking Dead comes back next year. Click one of the posters to visit the complete site and enjoy an extremely impressive gallery.
The Wolfman poster above is one of a few American posters the studio released ahead of the 2010 film. It features the beautiful Emily Blunt and only the mere suggestion of the beast Larry Talbot (Benicio del Toro) has become. The other posters (seen here at WorstPreviews.com) feature a look at the monster himself, or at least at Del Toro, but theres something truly evocative and eerie about the absence of the Wolfman from the image: Blunt’s terrified Gwen Conliffe hides from something she can’t see and we the viewer are of little help, equally as likely to be surprised by his sudden presence as she. It’s a touch of class in a sea of posters that seem too desperate for attention.
But even it seems to pale in comparison to the French poster, whose minimalist approach and brilliant use of visual cues (the strength and weakness of the character, the Victorian styling, the secrecy implied by the fact we’re behind his back and, of course, the snarling wolf at the top of the cane) bring class, sophistication and genuine beauty to the tragic horror of the film.
I love it. It’ll definitely be the one that goes up on my wall even before the movie hits theatres.
And, naturally, because this is an action figure blog and I am hopelessly devoted to the pursuit of toys (and Benicio Del Toro’s career), here’s a link to pre-order Mezco’s brilliant 6-inch and 12-inch figures. I’ll be snagging these ASAP.