For all you Wes Anderson fans – Alex Cornell created extensive promotional material for a hypothetical Wes Anderson Film Festival for his grad project. Posters, packaging, even a trailer.
This is neat. What a great idea.
The first poster had me laughing
oh i love it!
Haha. Fall Out Boy lyrics on the first one, nice.
They misspelled Zilker park in Austin, TX
I love love love this! And the trailer is great too. I’m going to blog it too if you don’t mind (I’ll link of course!)
i love it! and the tiltshifts work so well!
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hey, i really like your poster, really great! goodwork!
I don’t understand the inclusion of the Fall Out Boy lyrics…
the fall out boy lyrics were obviously hijacked from a line in a wes anderson film.
you can’t really be that dumb, can you? well, you do listen to fall out boy…
Rocko: Tell me when and where the lines were uttered, as Google isn’t spilling the beans.
I’m gonna call bullshit on your high-handed response. Where’s the quote? Which film, which character? Don’t be a dick, especially if you’re wrong.
BRING THE FESTIVAL TO NEW YORK!!!!!!!!!!!!!
pretty pretty please?
It’s an art piece. Not real. Thanks for playing.
Nice design but it looks like they have a misspelling there. I believe it is Zilker Park, not Ziller.
beautiful posters. love that tiltshift!
Wes Anderson would love this!
“A preternatural understanding of international botany.”
wes would be proud!
….why doesn’t this festival exist?
WE SHOULD DO IT!
I love Wes Anderson! This is awesome!
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