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R.O.T Magazine is a Quarterly Online Film and Creative Arts Magazine.Inspired by Magazines such as Little White Lies, Lemon, and Marmalade. R.O.T Magazine is a new online magazine dedicated to showcasing the best creative talent worldwide, whilst bringing you all the news, reviews and releases from Film and Music.
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mrneedle:

R.O.T Magazine

R.O.T Magazine is a Quarterly Online Film and Creative Arts Magazine.Inspired by Magazines such as Little White Lies, Lemon, and Marmalade. R.O.T Magazine is a new online magazine dedicated to showcasing the best creative talent worldwide, whilst bringing you all the news, reviews and releases from Film and Music.

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SUBMISSIONS WELCOME FROM WRITERS, PHOTOGRAPHERS, ARTISTS, ILLUSTRATORS AND DESIGNERS.

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Adrian Curry’s “Movie Poster of the Week" column in the MUBI Notebook covers some recent posters, including my personal fave: Neil Kellerhouse’s Haywire (pictured above).

Adrian Curry’s “Movie Poster of the Week" column in the MUBI Notebook covers some recent posters, including my personal fave: Neil Kellerhouse’s Haywire (pictured above).

The only problem with Neil is that he generates too much good stuff; the images that end up being discarded are often every bit as good as the final choice.

Director Steven Soderbergh on Haywire poster designer Neil Kellerhouse

(Source: fandango.com)

More amazing print debuts from Mondo at Comic-Con

(Source: twitter.com)

More Mondo goodness from Comic-Con. This time we get a peek at some new Martin Ansin prints. On wood.

More Mondo goodness from Comic-Con. This time we get a peek at some new Martin Ansin prints. On wood.

The Mondo booth at Comic-Con 2011. So wish I was there!

The Mondo booth at Comic-Con 2011. So wish I was there!

(Source: twitter.com)

A lot of people compare him with Saul Bass, but I think he has a lot more range. Only Moss does Moss.

Justin Ishmael, Creative Director, Mondo

(Source: collectorsweekly.com)

New York Times T Magazine blog interviews Olly Moss, aka “Poster Boy Wonder”:

“I tend to prefer things with a really strong idea,” Moss says, “things that are concept-focused. I kind of like the work to be functional, so it needs to be as simple as possible.” Moss has employed this hard-working-minimalist approach throughout his brief career; the 24-year-old graduated in 2008 from the University of Birmingham in England, where he studied literature. “Design was a hobby that took off,” he explains.

 Read the full interview here

New York Times T Magazine blog interviews Olly Moss, aka “Poster Boy Wonder”:

“I tend to prefer things with a really strong idea,” Moss says, “things that are concept-focused. I kind of like the work to be functional, so it needs to be as simple as possible.” Moss has employed this hard-working-minimalist approach throughout his brief career; the 24-year-old graduated in 2008 from the University of Birmingham in England, where he studied literature. “Design was a hobby that took off,” he explains.

Read the full interview here

(Source: Boing Boing)

If you’re on Spotify, please help Reelizer create the Movie Music Mixtape, Vol. 1
Go to this collaborative playlist and add your favorite songs from a movie soundtrack. We’ll share the results in a cool way later in the year. Thanks in advance!

If you’re on Spotify, please help Reelizer create the Movie Music Mixtape, Vol. 1

Go to this collaborative playlist and add your favorite songs from a movie soundtrack. We’ll share the results in a cool way later in the year. Thanks in advance!

posterocalypse:

Captain America art print by Olly Moss for Mondo. I’m sure it’s gorgeous in person, but I’m not terribly impressed by this pic. However, I do appreciate the propaganda-style art direction.

posterocalypse:

Captain America art print by Olly Moss for Mondo. I’m sure it’s gorgeous in person, but I’m not terribly impressed by this pic. However, I do appreciate the propaganda-style art direction.

(Source: superpunch.blogspot.com)