Aside from the Star Wars series, Matt Busch has more zombiefied movie posters. Instead of just Photoshopping the originals, Busch recreates the posters by hand. Also available as T-shirts.
Kevin Tong’s A Linch Pin Droid features an exploded view of everyone’s favorite astromech droid, R2-D2. The screen printed poster measures 24″x 36″ and was made using glow in the dark ink.
Graphic designer Matthew Ranzetta’s poster designs brilliantly combine Star Wars imagery with other classic movies. Yes, Luke did have a cool hand once it was replaced with a mechanical one.
UK-based movie magazine Little White Lies often have awesome art on their cover. Thankfully, they’ve decided to sell copies of the illustrations as prints. The Tron print is so bad ass.
We don’t know what posessed Brandon Ortwein to draw iconic vehicles as vans, but the end results are funny but still recognizable. Available as prints, iPhone/iPod Touch cases and laptop skins.
Artists Mike and Matt of Wonder Bros offer these Picasso-esque superhero prints over at their Etsy shop. While we kinda like scrambled Spider-Man, The Man of Steel is going to give us nightmares.
Musicians are often trendsetters in fashion as well. The Everguyed network pays homage to 20 musicians and their iconic get-ups with these posters by Glenn Michael and James Alexander.
Bill Murray is one of Wes Anderson’s staple actors, but what if Murray was Anderson’s only actor? No need to tax your brain with such a question; Casey Weldon already did the work for us.
Moxy Creative’s prints feature just the clothes and accessories associated with films. We love the Top Gun poster, but we’re disappointed that Marty McFly’s vest and kicks isn’t on the list.
Freaking Aweso.me is a new art line created by The Awesomer founder Sion Lee. Their first piece is this awesome zombie poster, loaded up with 978 references to undead movies, books, and games.
Andy Helms makes good use of the spaceships in Star Wars in his series of posters. Although judging by these posters alone, you’d think that the movies were all about strength in numbers.
Postertext creates book posters that you can admire and actually read. Each poster has an image silhouetted against the actual text of a book or story. Check back weekly for new posters.
Japanese subways are filled with posters reminding commuters of proper manners. These posters from the 70s and 80s are done with a variety of styles. Can you guess what they’re saying? More here.
Adam Sidwell draws a pop culture bad dude every week, and all of his work has been wicked so far, from Tyler Durden to Sam Fisher. Buy his posters and inject a heavy dose of bad-ass to your life.
Artist Olly Moss created these wicked retro movie posters for the Alamo Drafthouse Rolling Roadshow, a nationwide tour of famous movies in famous places. Check out the rest of ’em here.
NSFW: Movie titles can be very misleading. So Cracked asked its readers to make movie posters say what their movies are all about, and here’s what they came up with. More at the link.
NSFW. Science can be so boring. Why not spice it up with a little obscenity? The Periodic Table of Swearing helps you understand the difference between a Tfc, an Sfc and a Ysfac. Look it up.
Brazilian designer Pedro Vidotto strips these iconic Hollywood movies down to their barest essence in his series of modern, minimal poster art. The Toy Story one is our personal favorite.
Check out Karl Tate’s intriguing infographic that explores the highest and deepest points on earth; it also includes egg boiling time and the Horizon oil rig as points of reference. (Thanks, Stephen!)
Tally the matches in the upcoming World Cup and follow your favorite team with this neat wallchart designed by David Watson. All profits from the sale will go to Soccer Aid 2010 for UNICEF.
Made by UK-based artist Finn Magee, Flat Light has an embedded LED that makes it light up. Originally part of Magee’s Flat Life series, Flat Light is now on a limited edition run at the Moss Gallery.
What are the three primary beards? Is a Maltese the same as a Claus-esque beard? What the hell is a Queen’s Brigade? All these and more are addressed in the manliest poster ever made.
LTL Prints has launched a collection of Mars Attacks wall graphics featuring original artwork from the classic collectible Topps trading cards. They’re self-adhesive and available in a variety of sizes.
These advertisements for Disney’s Star Wars Weekends at their Hollywood Studios theme park are truly inspired. Our favorite? Yoda carving Mickey Mouse hedges with his lightsaber.
We have seen quite a few reasonable exchanges on Yahoo Answers, but this answer about exploding beer in the microwave is probably the best one we’ve ever seen. Ever.
Get your mind off of bombs placed in metropolitan areas, encroaching oil spills and ash cloud aftermath with this fine chart that categorizes your mustache by its corresponding font.
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