Check These Out: Amusing Posters for David Lynch's Spider-Man
What if David Lynch directed a Spider-Man movie? Ohhh this is good. With all the wackiness we're seeing from Julie Taymor's Broadway "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" show, let's have a little fun with some other wacky Spider-Man artwork. Over on his own official forums, comic book writer Warren Ellis kicked off an online contest asking users to: "design a poster for a movie called Spider-Man directed by David Lynch. This is all you know." The results so far are hilarious (found via Badass Digest) and I've put up a few of my faves, including one with the best tagline: "Where does the Spider end and the Man begin?" Check ’em out!
Both of these come from Super Punch but each are credited to the original designers: Chris Thornley (right) and Paul Sizer (left). The one at the very top was another one from the Super Punch blog. You can see most of the entries on his Whitechapel post or if you want to get involved and make one yourself, head there. For those that don't know, David Lynch is the eccentric director behind films like Eraserhead, Blue Velvet, Lost Highway, Mulholland Dr. and Inland Empire, but he hasn't directed a feature film since '06. I just thought these were amusing to check out, not as movie news, but as a bit of online humor. Hope you liked them, too!
Reader Feedback - 12 Comments
"Where does the Spider and the Man begin?" *cough* 'end' *cough*
Chris on Nov 22, 2010
i hope he never do such things! (making spider man movie) because he is a sick person and i hate all his sick movies...sick brain + sick movie= some thing like David Lynch!
verdict on Nov 23, 2010
Marc on Mar 16, 2011
#2 - And your point is???????
tommyturner on Nov 23, 2010
SHUT UP YOU JACK WAGONS
SnootchieBoochies on Nov 23, 2010
ATTN ALEX - I know Paul Sizer... I'm pretty sure his is the one on the left, actually.
dRailer on Nov 23, 2010
It's the other way around, Paul did the one on the left, Chris the one on the right!
Felipe on Nov 23, 2010
the one on the right reminds me of a lot of thriller mysteries
Jericho on Nov 23, 2010
Thanks for putting my work right up top, but i'm not in any way affiliated with the Super Punch blog. I have to urge your readers to go check the thread - there is some absolutely fabulous work being inspired by this latest challenge
-3- on Nov 23, 2010
qwee23 on Nov 23, 2010
#2 guess you been living in a church for the past few decades. We live in a sick world full of child molesters, murders, rapist and the list goes on. Your full of yourself if you think life is just chocolates and candy is a sick, perverted, violent, twisted and full of hate. You must be a fucking nun to say something like that. Its a movie and his movies arent as bad as others i've seen.
Fuck u am # 10 on Nov 23, 2010
Nice work, i like the one on the right more.
Fisherr on Nov 24, 2010
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