A group of kids accidentally meet when they all go to the same train tracks to commit suicide. Instead they all end up letting the train pass and start talking about the reason they were drove to the tracks
This movie poster is a good example of the use of constrained visual language. The poster is a black and white image of a shirt and a tie with some red dot on the shirt as the blood cleanly send the message of fighting.
This image depicts a strong and powerful message of sexual abuse. The black and white colours portray a dark and sad message, and the huge confronting hand against the small legs illustrates the dominance of sexual predators.
WAKE - via Phil Jones. This perfectly combines my love for all things stripe and all things boat. The blue sends me overboard. this picture is very creative and leaves you thinking about what the boat is really traveling through.
WHITE SPACE: I love the simple style of this poster and how an image is made just using the hand and the screw. I think that it works well with the space and there is a focus point in the middle of the design.
Viktor Hertz, who was behind the awesome Pictogram movie poster series and the equally impressive Honest Logos, has resurfaced with a new set of work: Pictogram music posters, depicting a few chosen songs in different genres.