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The Goonies - Minimalist Movie Poster with Quotes    Best movie ever!

Jerod Gibson designed this poster for The Goonies. It's a great example of typography. It's a very creative use of typography with the use of words in different sizes and directions that form the shape of the Skull.

Minimalist Movie Posters 300 by Daniel Keane

Alternative movie poster: 300 lol In the muggle world… Harry Potter Lol. They should not have cut him from the movies.

"Sorry, Wrong Number" 1948 is a suspense film noir directed by Anatole Litvak. It starred Barbara Stanwyck and Burt Lancaster. It tells the story of a woman who overhears a murder plot. The film was adapted by Lucille Fletcher from her 1943 radio play." In which Agnes Moorehead originally starred.

"Sorry, Wrong Number" 1948 is a suspense film noir directed by Anatole Litvak. It starred Barbara Stanwyck and Burt Lancaster. It tells the story of a.

Literal Movie Posters

Literal Movie Posters

My Modern Shop Spotlight - Danish Ahmed's Playfully Literal Movie Posters - My Modern Met

"Pandillas de Nueva York" de Scorsese  -Massimo Carnevale-

Bill the Butcher from Gangs of New York - Massimo Carnevale

Minimalist Movie Posters Filled with Famous Quotes (12 total) - My Modern Metropolis

Minimalist Movie Posters Filled with Famous Quotes (12 total)

Burn After Reading poster.

The Movie Posters of the Coen Brothers (2001-2011)

STEW - What I liked initially about this poster was the simplicity of it. I saw the title and then could see that the images were fish. But then after moving down the page I noticed the odd one out and investigated more closely only then to realise that one of the fish was different. And then again another moment to realise why exactly that was. It's this gradual discovery that made like this one so much.

Finding Nemo Movie Poster, via Minimalist Movie Posters by alyce The "Finding Nemo" poster symbolizes individuality.

Classic Poster - Grateful Dead at Fillmore Auditorium 12/9-11/66 by Wes Wilson

Grateful Dead, Big Mama Mae Thornton, Tim Rose, Hey Joe at Fillmore Auditorium, SF © 1966 Bill Graham © Wes Wilson

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