A Movie A Month, Redesigned, at Silver Screen Society

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As you’ve perhaps noticed, we love to showcase the clever graphic artists who are revisiting classic films (from the distant and more recent past) and creating new posters with a more inventive bent than your typical studio one-sheet. The folks at Silver Screen Society have taken what they call a “book club” approach, selecting a film each month for their collective of designers and friends to take a crack at. The results are inventive, stimulating, and fun. It’s a fairly new site; they began in February, tackling 28 Days Later, followed by I Heart Huckabees in March, The Third Man in April, and O Brother, Where Art Thou? this month. We’ve selected some of our favorites after the jump; you can check out the growing collection on their Tumblr.

Joe Van Wetering. Inspired by 28 Days Later.

Brandon Schaefer. Inspired by 28 Days Later.

Cory Schmitz. Inspired by 28 Days Later.

Simon Page. Inspired by I Heart Huckabees.

Ellis Latham-Brown. Inspired by I Heart Huckabees.

Ben Chlapek. Inspired by I Heart Huckabees.

Jordan Gray. Inspired by The Third Man.

Timo Meyer. Inspired by The Third Man.

Anton Weflö. Inspired by The Third Man.

Ellis Latham-Brown. Inspired by O Brother, Where Art Thou?.

Maxime Francout. Inspired by O Brother, Where Art Thou?.

Evan Stremke. Inspired by O Brother, Where Art Thou?.

Those are our favorites — so far. What films would you like to see the artists at Silver Screen Society take on?