If movie posters were honest

by alphamonkey on January 2, 2009 · 2 comments

in Uncategorized

borne-ultimatum-alt-posterImagine a world where marketing a movie was tied into the product placements, even on the poster. Now, thanks to the good folks at Antreposhop you don’t have to.

They’ve produced “alternative movie posters about brand integration” for films including The Dark Knight, Pulp Fiction, The Da Vinci Code, Ocean’s Eleven and others. They are limited edition numbered copies, and a bit pricey (anywhere from $30 to $200 for a set), but still worth a look.

I think The Bourne Ultimatum is my favorite.

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  • http://www.cvtreasures.com/ Johnny

    I think a movie poster needs to be mostly pictures with little writing as possible. You need to make a big impression, you want people to think they must go and see the movie and text can not work as well. People wish to view images instead of read nowadays.

  • sasha grey

    those are funny posters, and it’s so true, product placement is everywhere.

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