Check These Out: Cool Minimalist Posters for 'Tron,' 'Aliens' and More
We just recently featured some cool neon style art for movies from years past like Star Wars and Superman, and now we have this really cool collection of minimalist posters for a whole slew of classic movies and a few from more recent years. I always love the simplicity of designs like this because it uses just one single image that somehow captures the spirit of one scene in the film, and sometimes even the entire movie itself. Designer Brickhut (via GeekTyrant) is behind this great work that crafts spectacular minimalist posters for movies like Ghostbusters, Aliens, Goonies, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Rocky, Jaws and lots more.
My personal favorite out of all of these is the trio of posters that he created for the Back to the Future trilogy, since they all go so well together, but they're all really quite spectacular. Plenty of minimalist posters get tossed around online nowadays, and they've almost become tiresome. But honestly, I never get tired of artists creatively honoring the favorite movies with the most simple of images and illustrations, not to mention some crafty work with fonts and titles as well. This group, in particular, really stands out. For more art/posters like this and other pop culture related work, check out BrickHut every now and then for updates.
Reader Feedback - 10 Comments
Heartfelt and uplifting to see. "Bill Game over Paxton" is my favorite
Loser on Jun 20, 2011
Must say that the one for the Great Escape brings back fond memories. Spot on.
Loser on Jun 20, 2011
Nice! I dont like the Aliens one though!
N. on Jun 21, 2011
Xerxexx on Jun 21, 2011
Davide Coppola on Jun 21, 2011
great, great stuff
rocKKicker on Jun 21, 2011
You picked some great ones Alex but the Zombieland (backwards BM) and Munich posters are simply effen brilliant!
Anonymous on Jun 21, 2011
I really enjoy this version of minimalist posters for Back to the Future by artist Jamie Bolton.
dirtybutler on Jun 21, 2011
Clicking on the link, there's dozens of them, some are brilliant. The Blues Brothers, Tremors, Dr. Strangelove. I want them all!
El_MUERkO on Jun 21, 2011
Wellington on Jun 24, 2011
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