Look: Maxime Pecourt's Awesome 'Indiana Jones' Trilogy Poster Set

March 29, 2012
Source: SlashFilm

Raiders of the Lost Ark

This is going to be a great year for Indiana Jones fans. The entire film trilogy (plus Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull) hits Blu-Ray later this year for the first time, and it will be the best Dr. Jones has looked on your home theater system in years. Now we have another cool bit for all you Indy fans out there as French graphic designer Maxime Pecourt has taken the time to craft spectacular posters for Raiders of the Lost Ark, Temple of Doom, and The Last Crusade (we already love her for leaving out the abysmal fourth film). They're simple in their design, but they are certainly nothing to scoff at. Look!

Here are Maxime Pecourt's Indiana Jones trilogy posters brought to our attention by SlashFilm:

Raiders of the Lost Ark - Maxime Pecourt Poster

Temple of Doom - Maxime Pecourt Poster

The Last Crusade - Maxime Pecourt Poster

As you can see, Pecourt has designed the posters using a single artifact from each adventure and then used smaller items integral to each films story to create a sort of mosaic from those items. Clearly the use of the headpiece of the staff of Raa was a bit easier to put items in then trying to fit them into a recreation of the Ark itself, but that doesn't make Pecourt lazy. I would love to have all three of these posters framed on my wall, and you can too if you buy them here. Could make for some cool wallpapers as well. If you want to check out more of Pecourt's work though, check out her official website right here. Pretty cool, right?

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These are fantastic! I love 'em, all of them, even Temple of Doom. Almost bought a set of them. Great work, Maxime!

Alex Billington on Mar 29, 2012


poster looks really interesting.... 

Wajahat Ali Abbasi on Mar 29, 2012


Love them all.

Xerxexx on Mar 29, 2012


Oh, rats!! 

ambiguish on Mar 29, 2012


Could someone with some free time, list off what each piece in the posters mean? Like the croc is seen there, the rats are seen there, ect.... 🙂

David Banner on Mar 30, 2012


These posters are close to great, but the one flaw I can see is that Indy's whip does not appear in ANY of them.

microbe on Mar 30, 2012


The title of the first movie is correct. 

Max Renn on Mar 31, 2012

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