Last October, the New York Times served up a piece on Mondo, "an offshoot of the Austin, Tex., theater chain Alamo Drafthouse. It commissions artists to design alternative versions of posters for films considered cult or genre pictures." Before that, Wired gave some feature attention to a number of the artists I link to below.
I could click through Mondo Archive and Reelizer ("The fine art of film art") all day. And I want to write books just so Olly Moss can do the cover art.
Alex Kittle (via Fuck Yeah, Movie Posters!)
Bart van Ackooij
Eye Noise via Alamo Draft House | Reelizer
Jason Munn via Mondo Archive (If there's already a classic of the form, that Bonnie and Clyde art is it.)
Nick Hollomon via Rectangular Film via Collections | Reelizer
Oliver Barrett via The Astor Theater | Reelizer
Laz Marquez via Hitchcock Re-Envisioned | Reelizer
Martin Ansin via Universal Monsters | Reelizer
- Classic movie posters reimagined (David O'Daniel's silk-screens for San Francisco's Castro Theatre)
- Polish posters for classic movies