The Best Movie Posters of 2014

A bit late in the year for these posters but some of these films are under fresh discussion pre-Oscars. With a nod to Soviet propanganda, La Boca’s wonderfully-realised design for the ice hockey documentary, Red Army, continues to build a strong body of graphic work which you can see here.

Elliot Cardona’s colour and image for Florian Habicht’s documentary Pulp: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets look very comfortable together with the band’s readymade logo. It’s formal but retains some fluidity. Perhaps an acquired taste, if the US poster version is anything to go by. I’ve been wrong before.

Annie Atkins makes the most of the scale model The Grand Budapest Hotel for her photographic poster of Wes Anderson’s Mitteleuropean comedy. As with the Birdman series of teaser posters, it’s refreshing to see an image of such assurance, confident in it’s allure: a stellar cast: but The Grand Budapest Hotel accommodates them all.


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