Check Out the Badass Painted Poster for Quentin Dupieux's 'Rubber'

February 27, 2011
Source: Apple

Quentin Dupieux's Rubber

Okay this is just awesome! I know I'm honestly not the biggest fan of Quentin Dupieux's wacky experimental indie flick Rubber, the one about the insane, sentient, head-exploding psychokinetic tire, yea you know the one. Well, we've seen the fantastic trailer, so leading up to its release in a month or two, Magnet has debuted this killer official poster for the film that was painted by designers Boris Vallejo & Julie Bell (you can see more of their work here). This poster just randomly popped up today on Apple and I honestly thought it was way too badass not to feature it just before the Oscars, so check this out. Full-size viewing is a requirement!

Quentin Dupieux's Rubber Poster

In the Californian desert, an incredulous audience gathers to watch a telepathic tire's adventures that are mysteriously attracted by a beautiful lady. An investigation begins. Their official site -

Rubber is written and directed by French filmmaker Quentin Dupieux, aka Mr. Oizo (who is a well-known French music producer), who has a few other indie films under his belt including Nonfilm and Steak. This first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival last year and was eventually picked up by Magnet Releasing for distribution. Rubber arrives in limited theaters starting on April 1st this spring. Anyone curious to see it?

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epic, that's a buy.

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


Totally love this poster!!

Sakyo on Feb 28, 2011


soundtrack is overkill

Boon on Feb 28, 2011


completely misleading. lol. the tire is a normal sized tire. lol

Roderick on Feb 28, 2011


3 Words: Ninja Turtles Font

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


It's a pretty odd film, but I enjoyed it. The poster looks a bit unfinished, but I can't really have a go at Boris, his work rules.

Crapola on Feb 28, 2011


Isn't that the Far Cry font?

Brian on Mar 1, 2011


The director went against the entire opening monologue. No reason my ass. If you're going to make a movie about a killer tire then don't cop out with a lame subplot of it being a movie. This was a huge disappointment.

WalterPeckEPA on Mar 3, 2011



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