July 22, 2013   6 notes
Due to my 7 day work weeks lately and being backed up on a web design project, I have no new projects to post, but I’ll use this short opportunity of not having anything of my own to contribute to throw out some other work I’m super into and inspired by.

Here’s a great poster for the 1974 film the Parallax View, which I’ve been super into lately. Great cinematography, great story, great cast. The 70’s are my favorite era of American film and this is no exception, if you want a great slow burn conspiracy thriller, throw this on your Netflix queue and ride the paranoia. 

I don’t know who designed this poster, but the image references both the opening and closing scenes of the movie and overall completely nails the feeling and vibe of the film. Great poster, great movie, do yourself a favor.

Due to my 7 day work weeks lately and being backed up on a web design project, I have no new projects to post, but I’ll use this short opportunity of not having anything of my own to contribute to throw out some other work I’m super into and inspired by.

Here’s a great poster for the 1974 film the Parallax View, which I’ve been super into lately. Great cinematography, great story, great cast. The 70’s are my favorite era of American film and this is no exception, if you want a great slow burn conspiracy thriller, throw this on your Netflix queue and ride the paranoia. 

I don’t know who designed this poster, but the image references both the opening and closing scenes of the movie and overall completely nails the feeling and vibe of the film. Great poster, great movie, do yourself a favor.

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    oh my god, Gordon Willis cinematography!!!!!!!!
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