Creative Melancholic’s Top10 2010 Posters – Part 2

Continuing from Creative Melancholic’s Top10 2010 Posters – Part 1

5. For Colored Girls

Okay, so maybe I’m a little girly, and I like pretty things, but this is stunning.

I’ve always been a sucker for colors, even YAM Magazine thinks so too! I also loved that they used another influential painting as an inspiration for the poster, namely Piet Mondrian’s famous grid work painting.

For me, these two posters stood out the most.

1 Response

  1. Amy says:

    I really dig Mondrian's grid, but I feel it doesn't fit the "dramatic" tones of the movie. I really think the textures gave it that little umph~

    I was also conflicted with The Social Network – I mean, as a film announcement I went "what?" and the poster didn't sell the idea to me.

    The Inception posters are awesome, especially the teaser poster. And I really liked the Kick-Ass campaign, especially the one with Hit Girl in her "Rosie Riveter We Can Do It" pose.

    But what really did it for me was Buried. I literally hate HATE Ryan Reynolds xD Can't stand him, but the promotional campaign for Buried got me going. Those posters (and the motion one too), they were just killer.

    I really wanna make a list now xD without including the ones you listed xD

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