Reimagined Posters for Classic ’60s and ’70s Films


We’ve been keeping tabs on British film mag Little White Lies and their ongoing collaborations with local galleries, exhibiting film posters that reimagine iconic movies through contemporary artists. The publication’s newest joint venture is with Paris concept store Colette — a show that opened just in time for the inaugural Cannes Film Festival celebrations and runs until June 2. Thirteen new artists and films have been added to the overall collection. See how Superman’s signature curl figures into Vahram Muratyan’s design, appreciate Geneviève Gauckler’s Warriors interpretation, and remember the figure in red in Paul X Jonhson’s Don’t Look Now artwork by heading past the break. Pick up your own poster in the online shop.

Don’t Look Now, Paul X Jonhson. [Spotted via booooooom]

Silent Running, Anthony Burrill

The Blonde From Peking, Kuntzel+Deygas

Halloween, Jean Jullian

The Warriors, Geneviève Gauckler

Superman, Vahram Muratyan

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Emily Forgot

Le Charme Discret de la Bourgeoisie, André