If you follow pop culture, there’s a good chance you’ve seen these three Star Wars posters: by illustrator Olly Moss. They were originally released by the Austin-based company Mondo in 2010, with a price tag of $150. But if you try to buy these posters now? You’ll be paying a lot more. Ebay auctions regularly […]
Wow, that is like – a ridiculous number of posters!
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(upbeat music) – [Voiceover] We are recreating blockbuster movie posters with Asians. (techno music) – Maggie and I are going to be recreating the cover of Mr. And Mrs. Smith. There aren’t many movie posters with Asians on them and even if they are, usually they’re accompanied by other people. – You know I just […]
[typing] ♪ ♪ Greetings and welcome to an LGR thing. And today I’d like to talk about retro patents! More specifically, the artwork of the patents, not necessarily the whole broad idea of trademarks and patenting in the United States, that’s a different topic. But, you know, just the art in general that’s on these […]
One fine day Megatron and Mercy went looking for research posters to evaluate. Introducing our beautiful host: Meghan a.k.a. Megatron. “Megatron!” Our next host is really excited to be here… (obviously): this is Mercy. “Hi Guys” We all know that making an effective research poster requires a lot of hard work as well as a […]
What has it got in its pocketses? Is it a subscription to ViewLizard my precious?
>>ARNOLD SKOLNICK IS AN AWARD-WINNING GRAPHIC DESIGNER AND THE PUBLISHER OF NUMEROUS ART BOOKS, POSTERS AND CATALOGUES — BUT PERHAPS HIS MOST FAMOUS WORK IS THE ONE HE CREATED FOR A MUSIC FESTIVAL THAT HAPPENED 50 YEARS AGO THIS MONTH: WOODSTOCK. FOR SKOLNICK, CREATING THAT POSTER WAS JUST ANOTHER JOB –BUT TODAY THAT POSTER OF […]
– [Voiceover] – Lighting’s on point. – [Voiceover] – Ooh my balls! (laughter) (upbeat music) – I mean how many movie posters have you seen with LGBT people in them? – Brokeback Mountain. – Oh yeah, that’s a good one. – We’re not as represented as we should be for being as big a percentage […]