Theatrical posters for ENCINO MAN (Phil Roberts), WHAT ABOUT BOB, AUSTIN POWERS, MULTIPLICITY, MR. DESTINY (John Alvin), THE SHADOW, CITY SLICKERS (John Alvin and InSync Plus), RUSHMORE, and ELECTION (Concept Arts).
The Best Movie Posters of the 90’s, on the new episode of The Poster Boys. Designers Brandon Schaefer and Sam Smith reflect on their favorite one-sheets produced in the 90’s, discussing the posters that made impressions on them as kids, those that had a formative impact on their design sensibilities, and those that still hold up today for their branding, balance, use of photography, and iconic power, from THE ROCKETEER and HOME ALONE to NAKED LUNCH and Akira Kurosawa’s DREAMS.
Here are a few shots from a collection of about 100 photographs of the summer of 1920, when Dr. and Mrs. LPH Bahrenburg traveled to New Mexico with their children. Many shots are related to Mountain View Ranch, a dude ranch near Cowles, and others are general scenes from New Mexico.
And I am now reminded on why I hate the city. Knowing a country song and wearing cowboy boots…it doesn’t make you country sweetie…good try though. It’s a nice life we live, I get why you’d wanna be one of us.