H-57 Creative Station: The Force of Typography Wednesday 17 November 2010 07:40
Posted in category Inspired
I found these lovely Star Wars typographic posters on I Belive in Advertising, extremely well done, all the 'illustrations' are actually made up of typeface characters. H-57 Creative Station: The Force of Typography H-57 Creative Station: The Force of Typography H-57 Creative Station: The Force of Typography


Buried - Movie Trailer & Posters Wednesday 01 September 2010 07:34
Posted in category Screen

I'm very much looking forward to seeing the new movie Buried starring Ryan Reynold. I've embedded a trailer below and featured 2 of the very cool poster designs.

Buried - Movie Trailer & Posters Buried - Movie Trailer & Posters


Design for Film by The Church of London Friday 18 June 2010 05:02
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Here's a small collection of some lovely designs for film by The Church of London.You can view more in their archive.

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The Movie Title Stills Collection Friday 24 July 2009 17:58
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This is such a lovely website, I found it on designyoutrust.com,the Movie title stills collection,a collection of screen shots of movie title stills from classic and recent feature films and trailers, designed by Dutch designer Christian Annyas.

The Movie Title Stills Collection


Drag Me To Hell Thursday 28 May 2009 04:19
Posted in category Screen

We caught the preview screening of Sam Raimi's Drag Me To Hell last night. I'm a huge fan of the Evil Dead Trilogy and although I enjoyed the Spiderman movies to date, Raimi hasn't excelled to the brilliance of his Evil Dead movies... until now that is! Drag Me To Hell is a triumphant return to horror, shot with an endearing quality, super paced and terrifying timing, Drag Me To Hell had me on the edge of my seat. There's certainly enough laughs to class this in the comedy horror genre but it remains more edgy than the latter 2 Evil Dead films. The character development is good and I felt I could relate to the characters and you actually cared what happened to them which really helps a good horror flick. I'm not going to give to much away, the plot is about a loan officer ordered to evict an old woman from her home finds herself the recipient of a supernatural curse, which turns her life into a living hell. Desperate, she turns to a seer to try and save her soul, while evil forces work to push her to a breaking point.



Richard Brown | Freelance interaction designer, digital creative & front-end developer.



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