Minimalist Movie Destination Posters (Design Assignment)

Jim Groom’s assignment to create a minimalistic travel poster for a location in a film, TV series, etc. Inspired by the Star Wars travel poster designs at the Screen Rant website.

Mount Doom from Lord of the Rings

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Creative Industries lecturer. Photographer, designer, game developer, film maker. Scotland.
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7 Responses to Minimalist Movie Destination Posters (Design Assignment)

  1. Jim says:

    This is awesome, you can have a mint series going here for LOTR. I’ll even print them out and put them in my basement (kids play room—planning on doing that for the Star Wars travel postes 🙂 ).

  2. Jason Green says:

    I’m surprised the text wasn’t in Tengwar.

  3. Jacob says:

    Not Tengwar; Black Speech!

    But seriously, geekiness aside, this is awesome.

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  5. Jason Green says:

    @Colin, you were inspiring. See my most recent post.

    @Jim – You may just get that series yet as a collab project. Now who’s up for Fangorn?

    @Jacob Tengwar is an alphabet system , like Roman, Cyrillic, or Devanagari — not a language Other than possibly Lugburz for Barad-dûr, Tolkien didn’t attest any place names in Black Speech. However, there are many examples of Tolkien using his invented alphabets to write English.

  6. Jason Green says:

    Sorry Jacob there was supposed to be a gently smiling emoticon to show I was being geekishly nitpicky, but the system swallowed it.

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