In 1958, the Jules Verne novel, From the Earth to the Moon, was turned into a technicolor film and its release heralded this series of film posters. These posters from around the world are far from the greatest pieces of film art but they have a certain charm that you only get from science fiction works of that era.
These works and many other superb film posters can be found at Wrong Side of the Art and the Benito Medela International Movie Poster exhibition site.
And in case you wondered, here is the film trailer.
The reds did have a certain panache when it came to inspiring the proletariat to labor toward the next Great Work, didn’t they?
And it was provably helpful, given the, um, sketchy track record of Soviet rocket science.
Check out the whole gallery at Inspire First.
I thought you guys might dig this poster I made featuring 24 characters from Star Wars a New Hope made to look like the back of the old vintage action figure card backs!
Get your very own copy here at the Christopher Tupa Store.
I cannot believe this is available online, but it was emailed to me this morning and I am very happy to share it with all you Real Ghostbusters fans. It is a very hi-res image of a Real Ghostbusters poster that is large enough for even large scale printing. I am pretty sure I will be adding this to my wall in the upcoming weeks.
(Thanks to RJ)
Trek fan and digital artist, Rabittooth has mashed up two of my favorite TV shows, The X-Files and Star Trek in this “I Want To Believe” poster. The source image is a very large 5514×7000, so if you are interested in printing it out and making your own poster, I think that should have you covered.