Bigger Picture Show 2012


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  1. Andrew Harrington Andrew Harrington

    Detail of the poster (and typeface) I did for the 2012 Bigger Picture Show, a silent auction benefitting the Indianapolis Film Festival. The films this year were nominated for Academy Awards in the Best Adapted Screenplay category, and over 40 local designers created posters for the event. Attachment shows the full view.

    almost 2 years ago

  2. Brandon Moore Brandon Moore

    its been a long time since ive seen the movie. im sure theres a great reason but, whats the connection between the die design and movie?

    almost 2 years ago

  3. Andrew Harrington Andrew Harrington

    It's a tailor's suit pattern, a subtle link between Buffalo Bill's 'project' and the moment in the film when Clarice figured it all out.


    almost 2 years ago

  4. Nick Slater Nick Slater


    almost 2 years ago

  5. Brandon Moore Brandon Moore

    @Andrew Harrington ah, now i remember. excellent!

    almost 2 years ago

  6. Bob Ewing Bob Ewing

    @Andrew Harrington This is brilliant, I actually look at your poster about 3 times before it hit me. So simple and well done. Not sure if you were at the show on Friday, wish I could have met you. If you get a chance take a look at my entry.

    almost 2 years ago

  7. Andrew Harrington Andrew Harrington

    @Bob Ewing I was there, actually. I've never seen Paper Moon, but I like the texture and the illustration on your piece. If I remember correctly, it seemed like you got a raw deal being placed around the corner like you were. I almost didn't see it.

    almost 2 years ago

  8. Bob Ewing Bob Ewing

    Thanks for the kind words @Andrew Harrington, really appreciate it. Luckily my piece wasn't around the corner. It was on the corner, but not around it. It actually worked out pretty well because mine was right next to Lars'.

    almost 2 years ago

  9. Matt Potter Matt Potter

    As soon as I saw this poster, it sent a chill down my spine. Bravo.

    about 1 year ago

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