by Kerby Rosanes . August 30th, 2012
Vector art is one of the most important concepts and useful aspects of graphic design. It has its own advantages over raster graphics as explained on a previous post. Most designers prefer doing vectors in Illustrator although Photoshop now allows you to do so using the smart objects. If you are a beginner in the world of vectorization, keeping yourself always inspired is a good help.
Designers get inspiration from books, nature, people or movies. And to help you out with this, we bring you an awesome showcase of vectorized posters of some of the most iconic films in history. Enjoy!
Avengers Poster by Anthony Petrie (Source)
Blade Runner Poster by James White (Source)
Memoirs of a Geisha-with WP by LTZ (Source)
Cowboys vs. Aliens by Tom Whalen (Source)
The Godfather by Tiago Lopes da Conceição (Source)
Star Wars Episode 2 – Attack of the Clones by Zenithuk (Source)
Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World by Martin Ansin (Source)
Star Wars – Return of the Jedi by Tom Whalen (Source)
The Deer Hunter by Grzegorz Domaradzki (Source)
The Dark Knight Rises by Zenithuk (Source)
Batman Returns by Tom Whalen (Source)
The Thing Poster by James White (Source)
Casino Royale by Dave!3D (Source)
Terminator 2: Judgement Day by James White (Source)
Rango by Tom Whalen (Source)
No Country for Old Men by James White (Source)
Paul by Tom Whalen (Source)
Tron Legacy Poster by Mondo (Source)
Get Carter by Grzegorz Domaradzki (Source)
Yellow Submarine by Tom Whalen (Source)
Dark Shadows by Ghostco (Source)
Apocalypse Now by Grzegorz Domaradzki (Source)
Monsters Inc. by Tom Whalen (Source)
First Blood Poster by Anthony Petrie (Source)
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Kerby is an online marketer who has a keen eye in print design and creative artworks. When not at work, he spends most of his time in completing his sketchbooks with doodles and illustrations from anything that inspires him to draw. He is an avid fan of Japanese Anime, manga and some comic book characters. Check out his illustration blog and portfolio for more info.
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