Beautiful illustrative posters by Martin Ansin.
Top: The Wolf Man – Poster for Universal Pictures’ 1941 classic horror film, starring Lon Chaney Jr. Screenprinted limited edition in metallic inks, with a glow-in-the-dark variant run.
The Night Porter Movie Poster - Another piece for the movie poster series, Liliana Cavani’s 1974 film “The Night Porter” is a controversial film that inspired me to represent some of its provocative themes. Available as a high-quality print at inPRNT.
The Phantom Of The Opera – Silk-screened poster design for The Alamo Drafthouse’s special show of the 1925 classic silent film. The color scheme refers to the early two-color form of Technicolor used in the “Bal Masque” sequence of the film, where the Phantom presents himself in the guise of the ‘Red Death.’
Taming Light - Poster for Taming Light, a group exhibition featuring painting, photography and illustration inspired by the films of Stanley Kubrick. The show was presented at the Light House Cinema in Smithfield, Dublin during October ’09.
THX 1138 Movie Poster – A personal project, where the key plot points of the film are presented in the design from bottom to top. In this way the audience is invited to relive the film experience by reading its events in order, leading ultimately to THX’s escape to the surface.
Artwork © Martin Ansin Link via Change the Thought