This is why Meansheets was created. In the posts below, you can click on the artist’s name or the poster to view each artist’s bio and most well-known designs (due to the quirks of WordPress, it might appear scattered on some web browsers).
Also, feel free to browse the CATEGORIES or use the SEARCH BOX (top right) to look up your favorite movie star or director in the archives — and check out the most popular posts in the sidebar on the right. You can also see ‘The Best of Meansheets’ on Tumblr andPinterest.
And if you’re interested in learning more about the world of movie posters, I would suggest visiting one of the fine websites below…
A few weeks ago, I told you about my latest project — a funny, heartwarming, new dog novel called It’s Just A Dog (sorry, modesty will get you nowhere on Amazon) — which is on sale, by the way, in case you’re interested in helping out your seventeenth favorite movie poster blogger! ($2.99 Kindle, $9.99 paperback and on Amazon UK)
But what this book publishing process has taught me is that it’s all about the details. Crossing the t’s, dotting the i’s. All these details, details, details are driving me crazy! So in honor of that, I have decided to feature this classic 1970s movie poster, The Last Detail.