Less is more: white edition

For this Friday, although I have a lot of movies to review, I decided to do another poster post instead. So you’ll have to wait for my Young Adult and The Descendants reviews for a little while longer (probably posting them some time next week). That being said, today I decided to collect some new posters from the site Minimal Movie Posters, which I already mentioned in my previous “Less is more” post back in August. This time, I wanted to focus especially on white/or as light gray/paper color or what ever suits the best for them!

My favorites in this post are probably Drive and Melancholia but Inception also stands out thought the use of Russian culture based figurines as the basis might confuse somebody. All in all, I just love the white and minimalism but you already knew that!

I truly love white, I think it goes a long way and is simply awesome when I look at these posters. I feel like the Minimal Posters tend to be even better than some of the originals but I’m not sure how to describe this. Maybe in the future, Less is more: comparison edition will see the light of day (idea written down already) because from a movie blogger point of view I find these to be more sophisticated and less messy. Yet, I know that the poster should have all the information regarding the production things and all that, but it wouldn’t be that bad if they corporate the simplicity of these posters into the final thing. I personally tend to go for these types more than the regular, all kind of the same looking posters.

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