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Check These Out: A Batch of Outstanding Fan-Made 'Gravity' Posters

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October 8, 2013
Source: ShortList

Gravity Posters

"An outer space thrill ride in 3-D!" Congrats to all the success, Gravity, and also Warner Bros, for a great opening weekend. Despite all the excellent trailers and minimal marketing for the movie, I was never really impressed with their poster art for Gravity. In response, I whipped up my own design for fun but thanks to the wonders of the internet we now have a good collection of outstanding fan-made poster art for Alfonso Cuarón's space disaster masterpiece starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney. Most of these posters outshine the studio art, at least in their own unique & creative ways. I even like the vintage one. Don't let go.

Here is the batch of alternate, mostly fan-made posters for Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity. Many of these were made specifically for ShortList, via The Film Stage. Click each for original source and mouseover for artist.

Gravity Poster Art

Gravity Poster Art

Gravity Poster Art

Gravity Poster Art

Gravity Poster Art

Gravity Poster Art

Gravity Poster Art

Gravity Poster Art

Gravity Poster Art

Gravity Poster Art

Gravity Poster Art

Those last two posters just popped up and they're quite awesome, I'm happy to add them. I really love this kind of art and I'm glad we're seeing great work this early for Gravity. I'm sure we'll see even more tribute and fan art pop up over the next few months. For now, be sure to see Gravity in theaters on the big screen.

Gravity is directed by visionary Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón (watch our interview here), of Great Expectations, Y Tu Mamá También, The Prisoner of Azkaban and the sci-fi Children of Men previously. The screenplay was written by Alfonso and his son Jonás Cuarón. Warner Bros just released Gravity in IMAX theaters and 3D everywhere on October 4th this past weekend. Catch it in theaters, then Sound Off here.

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  • DAVIDPD
    The second to last one.
  • ali3000
    How come no mention of the leaked Godzilla trailer that was taken down in a flash? It was pure gold. (I managed to download it before they took it down.)
    • http://www.pewpewpew.de/ PewPewPew
      You said it yourself. It was a leak. The studio doesn't want it online for people to see. FS and other blogs would be stupid to post it because they want to maintain good relations.
    • http://www.firstshowing.net/ Alex Billington
      For a couple of reasons. First, as mentioned already, the studio was vehemently attacking anyone who posted it. They wanted it pulled immediately and were chasing all online copies of it. Just not worth the effort to fight them and always find working videos of it online. Plus, it was first shown at Comic-Con in 2012, more than a year ago. It's very old footage, that isn't even from the movie. The footage we saw at Comic-Con in 2013 was much better, and I'm sure they'll release an actual teaser trailer soon and we'll definitely be posting that.
  • michael interbartolo
    I am tempted to make one to show the orbits of the Hubble, ISS and Chinese station with the deltaV requirements to show you can't get there from here :P
  • cuckoozey
    They're all pretty cool...nice tributes to the film of the year.
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7YGEVuJ4mM Carpola
    Really like the 2nd one.
  • Brandon V. Fletcher
    The first one and second to last.
  • cobrazombie
    Second to last poster. And the retro one is quite good too.
  • Terry Craig
    Would love the first two ones as official posters, the rest is simply good to very good fan art.

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