Shutterstock Reinterprets Oscar Movie Posters in the Style of Famous Pop Artists

Posters Pay Homage to Keith Haring, Malika Favre and More

Published On
Feb 28, 2018

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Ahead of the Oscars, Shutterstock is showing off its home-grown talent by reinterpreting movie posters for some of the nominated films in the style of famous pop artists.

The posters include a Keith Haring-style drawing for "Get Out;" a poster for "Darkest Hour" that pays homage to Richard Hamilton's collage/painting of John F. Kennedy; a striking cartoon illustration for "Lady Bird" inspired by Mel Ramos; a chic take on "Call Me by Your Name" with artist inspiration from James Rosenquist and a stylish silhouette for 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri" inspired by Olly Moss.

"The Post" gets a minimalist typographic design inspired by Ed Ruscha; "The Shape of Water" gets a study in symmetry in the style of Austrian artist Kiki Kogelnik and "The Phantom Thread" gets a geometric treatment paying homage to Malika Favre. A poster for "Dunkirk" channels the candy-like
colours and anime-esque aesthetic of Takashi Murakami.

The posters can be seen on Shutterstock's blog and social feeds, and were created by Shutterstock designers using imagery from Shutterstock's collection of over 180 million images.