The first official image from J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek Into Darkness is here, and it may make your eyes jump out of your head.
Let’s mash up propaganda art with some of 2012′s blockbuster movies. Why? Because we can, dear reader. Because we can.
It’s only been a week since Disney’s acquisition of Lucasfilm and plans for Star Wars: Episode VII were announced, but the fan artists are already hard at work. Check out these first few fan posters for 2015′s biggest blockbuster.
Who thinks that posters on the walls are still cool? There may be some people who think that putting up posters is something that only teenagers do, but what if you had one of these? I don’t know about you, but call me whatever name you want. If I had this poster, I would not [...]
Video games will always have haters, those who think they incite violence and all sorts of other negative reactions in those who play them regularly. However, we can go beyond that and simply enjoy what our favorite video games have to offer, can’t we? And when it comes to video game enthusiasts, the fun does [...]
We’re just over a month away from The Dark Knight Rises, people. A month! To tide us all over — or stir us into a depraved frenzy — here are 20 minimalist fan-made posters dedicated to the film.
It’s Avengers week at ForeverGeek! All week long, we’re celebrating the impending arrival of the long-awaited Avengers movie with articles and special features dedicated to Marvel’s premiere team of superheroes. First up, take a look at 20 awesome fan-made movie posters.
I know it’s just the Avengers movie poster with the actors cut out and LEGO minifigs stuck in. I shouldn’t love it as much as I do. But I admit it: seeing this makes me ten kinds of giddy! And there might even be a way to get your hands on one…
What would it look like if popular movies of today were made long ago, with the stars and the technology available way back when? Graphic artist Peter Stults created movie posters using the actors and aesthetics of yesteryear, and the results are incredible.