Let The Good Times Rolling Roadshow!

The Rolling Roadshow Tour — brought to you by the movie-loving mavens at Alamo Drafthouse — starts tonight, and the schedule features a big platter of Texas-themed classics. And the posters by indie rock fave, Jason Munn, look pretty sweet, too. (If you recall, British artist, Olly Moss, did the sheets for last year’s show).

Etsy Meets Alamo Drafthouse?

Last week when I put up the Meansheets Poster Shop on Etsy, I discovered a cool UK graphic designer named Claudia Varosio who does some fantastic reimagined movie posters á la Tyler Stout and Olly Moss.

And most are only $19, which makes them a steal compared to the rising prices at the Alamo Drafthouse!

Alamo Drafthouse Drops The Bomb!

That’s right, Alamo recently commissioned Jason Munn of The Small Stakes to do a limited edition poster for Dr. Strangelove…and you can get it here for forty smackers!

And if you’re into indie alt-rock posters, you might as well pick up his super cool Chronicle Books classic, Music Posters, too!

The Rolling Road Show Comes To Town

Starting tonight, The Rolling Road Show by Levi’s and Alamo Drafthouse celebrates the “We Are All Workers” Tour by rolling out a bunch of free movie screenings all over the country featuring such films as Dirty Harry, On The Waterfront, Jackie Brown, Rocky, There Will Be Blood, The Blues Brothers, Convoy/Red Dawn, The Godfather Part 2, and Robocop…So check your local listings!

The movie posters below were all done by sizzling-hot young Brit artist, Olly Moss.

Tug O’ Warriors!

Fans of the 1979 cult NYC gang hit, The Warriors, will be pleased to know that MondoTees has come out with some new takes on the one sheet. Below are the two originals (top) and a revised version by Tomer Hanuka. (via /Film)

Stout It Out

Like Peter Strausfeld, a young American artist/designer of our time named Tyler Stout has been touted by SlashFilm for his limited edition posters for the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Austin, TX.

This is an interesting trend in our bland, everything-looks-the-same, poster-by-committee cineplex world we live in now. What if every movie theatre had their very own poster designer?