If life were fair, you would have already heard of Larry Noble a long time ago (in fact, maybe some of you Star Wars fans have)…

IMHO, Larry Noble is probably one of the more underrated movie poster artists of the 70’s and 80’s. (Actually, I guess he goes by Lawrence nowadays!) And if you agree, he’s still out there working today — although he has since moved onto sculpture as his preferred medium and you can check out some of his highly collectible Yoda figures here.


Not many art lovers know this, but Salvador Dali was actually a wannabe movie poster designer on the side, but alas, many of his one-sheets never saw the light of day…Until now!

Here’s a few of his never-before-seen versions of The Empire Strikes Back and The Rose starring Bette Midler.

But of course, if you believe that, then…

Jungian Posterology

“The goal of poster art”, Tom Jung once said, “is to crystallize a film into a simple image — to catch a moment.” That’s consciousness. Jung’s work picked up where Howard Terpning left off in the 60’s. Bold, dramatic, and full of passion.