Celebrating the most imaginative and talented minds in the fan art community, Poster Posse is the inspiring online art collective that showcases a revolving roundup of provocative movie-themed poster interpretations.
Their latest call to action involves artists focusing on the bleak but beautiful world of Denis Villeneuve's Blade Runner 2049, which opened two weeks ago to stellar reviews.
Using the neon-tinted, neo-noir dystopia of downtown Los Angeles and a deserted Las Vegas as a springboard for their visions, a world-wide congregation of painters, illustrators, and printmakers used the somber, meditative sci-fi flick and its indelible imagery to create an awesome assemblage of breathtaking poster art for you to behold.
Here are 22 artful interpretations of Blade Runner 2049 by a gathering of geek-art favorites like Orlando Arocena, Chris Malbon, Scott Woolston, Simon Delart, JB Roux, Gustavo Barroni, Rafal Rola, Francisco Quiroba, Ignacio RC, The Dark Inker, Hans Woody, Sam Gilbey, Daniel Nash, Ben McLeod, Rich Davies, Chris Skinner, Vincent Aseo, Matt Needle, and more.
Strike up the stirring Vangelis theme music and let's drift into these vivid Poster Posse project entries before they retire.