USA Movie Poster Artists…

Click on the name or movie poster to learn more about each artist’s most famous posters…

coming to america movie poster drew struzanback-to-the-futuree.t. the extra terrestrial movie poster john alvin

Drew Struzan                    Drew Struzan 2                John Alvin

vertigo2the man with the golden arm poster saul bass

Saul Bass                                    Saul Bass 2       Saul Bass & Elaine Bass

magnum force movie poster bill gold1 magnum force movie poster bill gold2 breakfast at tiffany's poster

Bill Gold                             Bill Gold 2                          Robert McGinnis

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Bob Peak                                            Bob Peak 2

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Richard Amsel                                      Birney Lettick

battlestar_galacticacleopatra movie poster terpningthe taking of pelham one two three poster mort kunstler2

Robert Tanenbaum           Howard Terpning               Mort Künstler

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Jack Davis                         Mort Drucker                   Jack Rickard

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Tom Jung                                            Hildebrandt Brothers

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Frank Frazetta                  Renato Casaro                  Boris Vallejo

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John Solie                         John Berkey                 Frank McCarthy

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Reynold Brown                        Mitchell Hooks

next_stop_greenwich glaserno way out rand1dr_strangelove

Milton Glaser                       Paul Rand                     Tomi Ungerer

ziegfeld_folliesgrapes benton2along came jones

Alberto Vargas                Thomas Hart Benton         Norman Rockwell

the_prince_and_the_showgirl movie poster richard avedonday at the races

Richard Avedon                                 Al Hirschfeld

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Steve Frankfurt                   Philip Gips                       Guy Peellaert

astounding she monster poster albert kallischinatown pearsall movie posterfiddler_on_the_roof

Albert Kallis          Jim Pearsall                  Ted Coconis

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Paul Crifo                          Rudy Obrero                    Ron Lesser

stakeoutmoonraker_ver4 poster dan gouzeeused cars movie poster usa

Steven Chorney                 Dan Gouzee                     Huyssen & Huerta

hot_dog_the_moviemeatballs movie posteranimal house poster

Phil Roberts                      Morgan Kane                    Rick Meyerowitz

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Mick McGinty                                      Robert Grossman

1941 movie poster david mcmackenfingers movie poster wilson mcleanempire strikes back 10th noble

David McMacken              Wilson McLean                  Larry Noble

travels with my auntsuperman 3 movie poster larry salkup in smoke
Peter Palombi                     Larry Salk                       Scakisbrick

your friends & neighborsspecial_great_gatsby patrick nagel posterspecial_laurel_and_hardy_art_print_NZ00410_L

Alex Katz                           Nagel                             Elaine Hanelock

The Great Gatsby Returns!

On the eve of the high-profile release of The Great Gatsby remake, The New York Times recently discussed how retailers like Barnes & Noble and WalMart were having a classic New School vs. Old School debate on whether to feature the movie tie-in edition (below, left) or the original book cover art (right) for their shelves. (NYT)

Perhaps even design legend, Saul Bass, might’ve been inspired by Gatsby, too, when you look at his 1960s one-sheet for Bonjour Tristesse. And just in case you missed it (or are a loyal Bing fan), Mr. Bass was given the Internet’s highest honor yesterday with a Google Doodle tribute on the search engine king’s main page. (Guardian)

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The Great Gatsby-father?

A fascinating story to come out of next week’s release of Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby

Did you know that Francis Ford Coppola was hired to do a rewrite on the 1974 version of Gatsby (with Robert Redford) — right before The Godfather was released? Apparently Redford liked his work so much on The Way We Were (another uncredited polish — not Polish like the Flisak poster below on the left) — that FFC was brought in to save the day. Town & Country gives Coppola’s first-hand account of being holed up in a Paris hotel room, battling to capture the ghosts of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel.

Hmmm, sounds an awful lot like Woody Allen’s Midnight In Paris! (THR)

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The Catcher in the Rye Returns

Anybody who went to English class in the past sixty years or so has probably read J.D. Salinger’s classic coming-of-age novel, The Catcher in the Rye (below, right).

And now there’s a documentary coming out soon about the notoriously reclusive (now deceased) author, which is aptly-titled, Salinger — and I’m liking the paperback cover-inspired poster. (THR)

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Cannes Kind of Love…

The new poster for The 2013 Cannes Film Festival is a tribute of sorts to the 1960s Paul Newman-Joanne Woodward starrer, A New Kind of Love — although I’ve always had a deep crush on the French version by Roger Soubie (top right). (DHD)

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