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9 Minimalist Movie Posters Made from Colored Paper Cards

Art Minimalist by Mily Dunbar
Colorplan Stone + Bright Red by GF Smith as Alien

Colorplan Stone + Bright Red by GF Smith as Alien

Regardless of what the studios are putting out, the movie poster is a booming art form these days, and a lot of artists call their work minimalist. Some are, some are less so, but it’s an interesting design exercise, paring a movie down to its most basic elements and making a compelling and recognizable image of it. Taking things about 10,000 steps further is Spanish design firm Atipo. Their series of miniature ultra-minimalist movie posters is so stripped down you may not know what film the poster is “advertising” unless you’ve already seen it. The 15 pieces in Papers for Characters consist of a sheet (or two) of paper of varying weight/color/texture that has been manipulated or altered by hand. It was created to promote a “paper gallery” website for minke. Look through and see if you can guess the movie without checking the title. You can find the rest of the series here.

source: Designboom via Slate

Curious SKIN Absynthe & Keaykolour Rekreate Sandy Beige by Antalis as Frankenstein

Curious SKIN Absynthe & Keaykolour Rekreate Sandy Beige by Antalis as Frankenstein

Curious Cosmic Blue Planet by Antalis as Jaws

Curious Cosmic Blue Planet by Antalis as Jaws

Gmund 3 Flow by Gmund as Bonnie and Clyde

Gmund 3 Flow by Gmund as Bonnie and Clyde

Kaschmir True Cloth by Gmund as Dracula

Kaschmir True Cloth by Gmund as Dracula

Colorplan China White by GF Smith as The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

Colorplan China White by GF Smith as The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

Flora Camoscio by Inapa as Fahrenheit 451

Flora Camoscio by Inapa as Fahrenheit 451

New Ecology Ultra White by Lake Paper as Rear Window

New Ecology Ultra White by Lake Paper as Rear Window

Sunken Polar by Antalis as Psycho

Sunken Polar by Antalis as Psycho

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