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The Artist, concept art

Elegant interplay of negative space, from film.com via Scott Feinberg.

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16 comments

  1. The colors and font remind me of The Thing. Still very nice though.

  2. The colors and font remind me of The Thing. Still very nice though.

  3. This is a lovely poster.

    I’m so excited to see this film! A definite date night movie for me.

  4. This is a lovely poster.

    I’m so excited to see this film! A definite date night movie for me.

  5. Love the movie, do not like this poster. The font is too reminiscent of The Godfather.

  6. Love the movie, do not like this poster. The font is too reminiscent of The Godfather.

  7. Agreed, Evan. Don’t like the poster at all. It’s rather dull.

  8. Agreed, Evan. Don’t like the poster at all. It’s rather dull.

  9. Yeah, doesn’t do it for me, either.

  10. Yeah, doesn’t do it for me, either.

  11. It does look like The Godfather. Nice catch, Evan.

    I don’t know if that’s meant to be a poster or one of the other hanging things in a theater lobby, but that wouldn’t catch my eye in a busy atmosphere.

  12. It does look like The Godfather. Nice catch, Evan.

    I don’t know if that’s meant to be a poster or one of the other hanging things in a theater lobby, but that wouldn’t catch my eye in a busy atmosphere.

  13. While there are similarities to The Godfather images, I like this because it goes beyond stark contrasts by adding reflectivity, stars, and thereby evoking an entirely different mood that I suspect many filmgoers will find appealing.

  14. While there are similarities to The Godfather images, I like this because it goes beyond stark contrasts by adding reflectivity, stars, and thereby evoking an entirely different mood that I suspect many filmgoers will find appealing.

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