Just came across this superb selection of Olly Moss posters. There are plenty of imitators producing great work, but Olly seems to continually come up with gold every time. My favourite has to be The Godfather Part II, but the on The Waterfront poster below is a close second...
Doritos are running a competition to make a new advert for them, and a friend of ours has taken up the challenge.
The adverts had to be 29 seconds long and include the Doritos logo, as well as complying with other regulations. Amy Rowe took up the gauntlet and has produced a little moment of comic genius as different people are obsessed with anything vaguely Doritos related. Take a look and see what you think.
Live for Films have just announced the winners from their poster design competition. The idea: to design an entirely new poster based on elements from the film, but without being based on the film that was actually made. Tough! But these two examples show what creativity that sort of restrictive brief can produce.
Personally, I cannot get enough of Saul Bass influenced credits, so was pleased to discover these two. They speak for themselves, both replicating the style of the title sequences of films like The Man with the Golden Arm and Anatomy of a Murder, animated by Bass.