Film posters are still an incredibly important part of a film’s marketing push. They serve as both advertisements for the films and as gorgeous pieces of art, and there is a growing market for collecting alternative versions of movie posters.
Singapore-based creative agency and art-design gallery Kult invited more than 50 artists from around the world to re-imagine movie posters.
These artworks were created for the 'Film' issue of Kult magazine, which was released in conjunction with independent cinema The Projector's opening.
From cult classics such as 'Jaws' (1975), 'Taxi Driver' (1976) and 'Barbarella' (1968) to recent favourites like 'V For Vendetta' (2005), 'Napoleon Dynamite' (2004) and 'Inception' (2010), these posters are, according to Kult, intended to inspire today’s generation to re-visit and discover some truly world-class movies.
The posters are S$100 each and available from the Kult Magazine store.