It seems Universal recently released new onesheets/posters and a trailer for Snow White and The Huntsman.
Here is the trailer.
In the celebration of design and representing the city you love and/or have affinity for, here are some city transit line posters designed by the duo: Cayla Ferari (graphic designer) and John Breznicky (engineer).
Seems the marketing heads of The Hunger Games movie distributed these new posters to 8 high-traffic entertainment sites: Yahoo! Movies, Hollywood Crush, Moviefone, The Hit List, Inside Movies, IGN Movies, teen.com, and Fandango. One character movie poster per site.
Here they are for one easier viewing…
The top news for the past couple of days has been Steve Jobs’ passing away, and the #OccupyWallStreet movement. The movement started September 17th and is still going on. There’s been coverage about it but one can tell that its not the full-coverage that we are all receiving. Though, that is a story for another time and place.
Meanwhile, from all of the recent developments of it, there has been a surge of passionate story-telling be it in a form of a tweet, an interview,1 or a written, poetic “official statement” which was recently read out by Keith Olbermann.2
Another product of this, I must say, has been the print-design work that has been made available to the public by Adbusters. The one that stands out the most to me is the visual-art piece with the dancer on the “Charging Bull”.
While perusing Spotify’s “What’s New” section, I noticed the following albums using an animal pretty much as its album art cover.