04.11.08 by Jeff

Yann Lebec

How about a collection of 1950’s film posters re-illustrated by Yann Lebec. No? Too bad! I’m forcing them on you. These are so AWESOME. I have to admit that I do have a little bit of an obsession with film posters.

yann lebec film poster classic illustration drawing booooooom blog

yann lebec film poster classic illustration drawing booooooom blog

yann lebec film poster classic illustration drawing booooooom blog

yann lebec film poster classic illustration drawing booooooom blog













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Sylwia Kusiak

    Hahah, these are so rad.
    I can imagine walking down the streets, during the 1950’s and seeings these posters on the walls.

    GRR, WHEN WILL THEY EVER CREATE THE TIME MACHINE?!
    bahahaha :P

  • haha they did! a couple times! The Guy Pierce version was possibly the worst movie ever made.

  • i’d love to see this artist do a cover for The Picture of Dorian Gray. Fresh art.

  • joanne

    yesssss to the M and forbidden planet posters!!

  • ahhhh no way!!! i did my own variation of ‘m’ about two weeks ago. take a peek! http://c1.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images02/29/l_65674fb4ea6c49678ddae4a534d0e228.jpg

  • qamar

    wow! they are great! Luv the style.





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