See La Boca's Poster Art for the 2014 BAFTA Best Film Nominees
Simply sublime. With the 2014 BAFTA Awards officially announced tonight, lead by 12 Years a Slave and Gravity, we can also reveal the artwork for the Best Film nominees, now a tradition for these awards. The artwork this year, printed as part of the BAFTA Awards brochure, is by British artist La Boca and features five distinct poster designs for this year's nominees: Steve McQueen's 12 Years a Slave, which just won Best Film, David O. Russell's American Hustle, Paul Greengrass' Captain Phillips, Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity and, as the fifth and final poster, Stephen Frears' Philomena. All must see - catch the art below.
Here are five of the BAFTA Best Film nominee posters from La Boca's store - click to buy prints of each:
Thanks to Geeky Nerfherder on the tip, with all credit going to La Boca and BAFTA on the artwork. All of these are impressive designs, but I'm honestly especially fond of the American Hustle and Captain Phillips posters. Though, I have to say, that Gravity one pretty much tops everything with how much it portrays with such simplicity and elegance in its design. Excellent work all around, I wish I could somehow get a full set of these printed. And, as always, I wish we could've seen more than just these five nominees. For the complete list of winners of the 2014 BAFTA Awards, visit here - 12 Years a Slave won Best Film & Best Lead Actor, while Gravity won Best British Film & Best Director. Here are 2013's BAFTA posters by Jonathan Burton.