'One Love' - Alternate Poster for Kevin Macdonald's Bob Marley Doc

March 30, 2012

One Love - Bob Marley

One love, man! I'm a big Bob Marley fan, and I'm pretty damn excited for Marley, the definitive doc about the Jamaican reggae singer. We've already seen a few official trailers, but Magnolia has put out a new poster to compliment that colorful one. The poster features Marley's face made up entirely of symbols, created by Swedish artist Viktor Hertz. "The idea behind the pictogram mosaic portrait, is to somehow show the complexity and all the different things that made the man behind the music." So he used special designs like 11 baby pictograms for his 11 kids, a football player, a gun chamber and more hidden in it. Cool. Take a look!

Bob Marley Doc Poster - One Love

You can also see the official trailer for Kevin Macdonald's Marley documentary right here. Anyone going?

Marley was originally supposed to be directed by Silence of the Lambs filmmaker Jonathan Demme before Life in a Day and Last King of Scotland director Kevin Macdonald came on board. It chronicles the life of Jamaican legend Bob Marley and his career as a reggae musician before passing away in 1981 due to cancer. The film first premiered at TIFF last year with a screening at the SXSW Film Festival coming next month. Magnolia Pictures now has Marley set for limited release starting on April 20th, which just makes sense.

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  • Rastamarcus
    Allready seen the movie last Thursday on the Curacao International Film Festival Rotterdam. It is truly a great movie. Also me as a die hard fan heard some new facts. Really, really great. When it comes to the "normal" theaters I will absolutly go again. By the way, the poster is great. Marcus




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