Alternative Movie Posters by Pete Majarich

We love it when artists use their own creativity to reinterpret pop culture. Often, they leave it more inspired than when they found it, or at least find ways to show something familiar in a new and clever angle. So it is with Pete Majarich, who’s movie poster interpretations tend toward the minimalist, but still pack a narrative punch. Those familiar with the following movies will find that the alternative posters are clever and creatively showcased.  In fact, his series is part of a wildly ambitious A Movie Poster A Day, which is exactly what you think it is, and has a huge collection of posters than run the gamut from minimalist, to complex. Cast Away shows just a simple icon of Wilson, the iconic volleyball. Thelma and Louise takes a riff on E.T., with a convertible flying over the moon.  We’re impressed by the scope and dedication to the project, and we’ve gathered just a few of our favorites below. Via InspirationGrid:

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