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11 Artful Cinema Posters

Artful Cinema Posters

Posted on August 8, 2012 by kulichik


Below are some more photos of cinema posters taken in small Russian towns.

Harry Potter and Gifts of Death.

Surrogates with Bruce Willis.

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11 Responses to “Artful Cinema Posters”

  1. Hans says:

    There should be a Musuem for all of these posters.

  2. skopeil says:

    very creatives…

  3. bublik says:

    avatar !!!

  4. Gerry says:

    Looks like art project “60’s-style posters for modern films”.

  5. Adam says:

    Such a happy anaconda!

  6. The Weight of the World says:

    They are truly exquisite! They should be in the museum of Cinema, retro styled poster art.

    50 First Dates. – Drew never eyed better.

    Transformer – very mathematical!

    Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone – the lipstick makes it.

    Avatar (the 2nd one) – looks pretty disturbing. Like some kind of psychological drama from the early 1980’s about identity disorder or…

    The Interpreter – Nicolde Kidman or Rummer Willis? hehe.

    Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid. – this is the best, above and beyond, the greatest expression of a gigantic anaconda ready to eat what has been left of Jennifer Lopez’s ass from her stint on the first movie.
    A sense a realistic chances of danger!

    Bridget Jones’s Diary – my 2nd best! Very fitting to the whole movie! It’s actually really good!

    The Fast and The Furious – the 1985 is BACK!!!

    Along Came Polly – and she never had a better chin!

  7. Tutan says:

    The snake from “ANAKONDA 2″ is number one!!!!!!The best!!!!!Look at the snake!Is GORGEOUS!!!!!!

  8. Unknown says:

    THIS IS AWESOME!

  9. PKN says:

    This should be in a museum alright, and that museum should then be filled with solid concrete and then disintegrated with sticks of dynamite. These cave drawings are hideous

  10. asdff says:

    i like them

  11. Dwight Cleveland says:

    These are individually painted advertisements. Where can I buy Russian movie posters?

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