I’ve been a big fan of Eric Tan’s retro stylings after coming across an X-men poster he did a little while back. Eric’s work does not only nail the poster aesthetic prominent in the 40s and 50s, but his composition and color choices bring with it a certain joy and optimism. It’s obvious he puts a lot of heart into his work, which is probably why he is such a wonderful fit for the talented folks over at Pixar.
I was thrilled when I started seeing Eric’s Wall•e posters emerge. Via Abduzeedo.
I’ve been waiting on the edge of my seat for Wall•e for over two years now, and it opens in theaters tomorrow.
Those are awesome. I’ve been looking forward to the movie too. Shannon is all about it too. We’re going to take him to see it tomorrow.
Yeah man, I agree with Shannon. Nobody can argue with how cool robots will always be. And also, the second poster above sports our most favorite slogan ever :)
I’m really digging that X-Men poster, first time I’ve seen it.
Ha! I didn’t notice that. It’s true though, the future is now.
Thanks for the compliments James! I’m glad you’re digging the posters. And by the way, Wall•e is well worth the 2 year wait!
Where can I get prints of these posters? These are fantastic, and the film is wonderful!
Wall-E totally looks like the robot from “Short Circuit”… minus the cheesy 80’s style of course