Check out this amazing 'The Flash' tribute poster by Simon Delart. Follow Delart's work on: Behance | Facebook | Twitter
Here are some more FANTASTIC ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ posters!! I need a few of these posters on my wall. 🙂
I’m so glad that ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ director James Gunn has been sharing these remarkable poster on Facebook and Twitter. Well deserved!!
Fasten you seat belts and remained seated because we are about to embark on Phase two of the Poster Posse’s Tribute Series for James Gunn and Marvel’s “Guardians Of The Galaxy”! To say you guys “liked”Phase one of our project is a major understatement. After Writer/Director James Gunn was kind enough to retweet it a few times and then post a preview print from today’s drop on his FACEBOOK PAGE, the non-stop high-fives just kept coming in with MTV, and multiple sites, as well as fans picking it up and running with it.
Yesterday, in Phase One, we featured the art of: Matt Ferguson, Kaz Oomori, Candykiller, Doaly, Chad Woodward, Juan Martinez, Robert Bruno, Mr Flurry, Sharm Murugiah, Berkay Daglar, Daniel Nash, Florey, and Matt Needle.
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Beautifully done! I absolutely love the blue and grey posters.
We have made it no secret that we are EXTREMELY excited and eagerly anticipating the arrival of Disney’s upcoming film “Maleficent.” We’ve shown you official posters and trailers for the film that stars Angelina Jolie as Disney’s most iconic villain, Maleficent, with Elle Fanning as the innocent and naive Princess Aurora.
Today however, we are giving fans a look at a tribute series from Poster Posse artist, Paris native, Simon Delart. He privately teased these images to the rest of the Posse and I absolutely, immediately fell in love with his concept. What is even more impressive is that Simon deals his craft entirely in triangles. (2857 for this piece to be exact.)
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French artist Simon Delart, uses triangles to create these beautiful geometric illustrations. 18x24 prints are available for $40 on Hero Complex Gallery's website.