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Pixel Block Movie Posters Offer Bitmapped Drama

by Range

These funny pixelated movie posters were created by Colorado graphic designer Eric Palmer. While some may call them them 8-bit art, they kind of look like they wouldn’t be out of place on an a 16-bit system like the Sega Genesis or SNES. That being said, most of these movies weren’t even around when either 8 or 16-bit consoles were all of the rage.

Each of these posters is unmistakable for what it is: a tribute to the original movie, and there’s always a nice little twist. I had fun discovering these. The Kill Bill poster is one of the best. It would look great on a yellow t-shirt. The Titanic poster is pretty funny too. Check out more of Eric’s designs in the gallery below:

You can get some prints and other gear from Eric’s Society6 site starting at around $12(USD).

[via The Invader]

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  1. Hailey says:

    Eric A Palmer is also in negotiations to head the graphic design behind Nostalgic Brewing Company’s upcoming contract beer, to be distributed within Colorado. His art will reflect his 8-bit themed movie poster passions, and will be featured on the limited edition cans. For more info or to get involved, check out our site at: http://www.nostalgicbrewingcompany.com we also love connecting with our fans via social media!

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