I don't know where you get your minimal movie posters but I found some amazing ones done by http://mr-bluebird.deviantart.com if you're looking for more!
He has some great Hitchcock ones. Sorry if you've already seen/posted his stuff and I'm being blind.
I’m already familiar with his work, but thanks for the tip-off anyway! Amazing stuff he does!
hey LMN! i'm totally new to this poster making,i'm very much interested in making some but dont have any idea where to start,all i know is photoshop so are there any other ways these are made.i've seen some are original artworks and some are digital techniques,so wish you could suggest me if there are any!
Keep in mind I don’t make the posters on MMP, I’ve only ever made a couple of them. I personally use photoshop, though I’m no expert with the program. Some designers use Adobe Illustrator, but I’m not so sure about any others. I don’t have any experience with Illustrator, but I find Photoshop does what I need it to do. I’m not a pro, so I don’t know anything about “techniques” as such, I’d recommend just playing around with the program to see what you can do with it (that’s what I did, anyway). There are also online tutorials around on the net which can be useful.
hi minimal movie poster person, thought you might be able to enlighten me;
why do you think so many of the minimal movie posters use a papery/textural background? i love it, i just think its interesting how it seems to be quite a common theme running through them. thanks dude! :D
I guess the artists just want to emulate the look of a real poster sheet. I think that when it doesn’t look too creased it does look pretty neat, though its a common complaint that its an over-done gimmick. Glad you enjoy it, because you do get a lot of it on my site!