Funny Posters of the icons
movies and minimalism
@oz is that the lions…?….ya…kinda ew.
LOVE the Wizard of Oz one!! Very clever/hilarious!!!
i agree the lion looks like a sack…
haha, ye the wizard of oz one – surely that is the poster for the film “love light ballbags”
yeah @oz it looks like hairy balls lol
Love the Wizard of Oz one.
I love all of these! The wizard of Oz one is great. The lion wanted ‘courage’. He needed to get some nuts. But wasn’t Goldilocks sattisfied with the Baby’s Porridge? Rather than mommy bear’s?
For any of the retards that can’t figure out the Wizard of Oz one, it IS a ballsack, implying that he’s trying to find courage, i.e. some BALLS.
That Oz one is just strange.
Surely he could used something different to represent the courage, maybe a shield or something/
I think it IS supposed to be balls. The lion needed courage. Having courage = having balls.
Especially love princess and the pea~
its suppose to be a nose with whiskers. like a lion. lion=courage.
its inverted heart is suppose to mimic the heart on the left, giving the poster a sense of symmetry.
Either way it still looks like a pair of hairy balls.
It’s both a lion’s nose and a lions hairy balls, it’s a dual meaning AND it provides symmetry with the heart. That’s why it’s so brilliant.
great collection of tales and minimalism keep it up.
@Carl: Goldilocks WAS satisfied by the baby’s porridge. That’s why the picture shows that papa bear’s is too hot and momma bear’s is too cold, but baby bear’s is just right.
yeah lolface is right it is supossed to be balls for courage e.g. ”Grow some balls” – Courage
It is supposed to look like his balls, because he needed a pair
Wizard of Oz looks more suggestive than was probably intended. Minimalist posters aren’t anything new…
IT IS BALLS.
GET A BRAIN MORANS.
Very clever but simplistic designs. Love it!
Who’s the artist?
Haha when i saw Oz I thought it was a hairy butt but its a lions nose! …I hope
Love these. The vintage feel is nice and the typography is simple but fits really well..
Okay, for all you idiotic morons, the Wizard of Oz one is showing the lion’s MUZZLE. Ya know, like the mouth of the lion? And the whiskers. You are all stupid dumbasses. IT’S NOT BALLS, GTF OVER IT.
Alice you’re retarded idiot!!! Why would anyone would be show lions nose??? Don’t you get the symbolic?! Offcourse it’s balls. Lion is a caracter who miss courage-”balls” and that’s what it represent, as long as The Tin Man miss his heart and The Scarecrow miss his brain-”bulb”.
GTF OVER IT or watch movie again!
its meant to be bollocks you bunch of stupid wankers. meaning courage. bunch of wank stains
I think that you really saved yourself money and time by doing this. It also seems like you reused stuff. And i really think you did a good job
wow. I seriously doubt the artist was “being symbolic” in illustrating a nutsack to represent courage. Although it is amusingly striking to the viewer, it is neither sellable nor flattering to an artist’s ability to convey a message through minimal means… at least in any intelligent way. I honestly want it to be a hairy sack because it is hilarious but judging based on ALL the other works I would have to agree it is probably meant to be a lion’s nose. The reasoning behind the shape (and the silly likeness) is to provide a sense of symmetry opposing the heart. I am not the artist, so this is just a theory. :p
Thought I was gonna be clever and say that the lion’s image looks like a ball sack, but everyone else noticed too. You bastards. Also, come to think of it, I think that may have been on purpose.
Its supposed to be balls… cus he wants courage.
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The Little red riding hood poster was copied off of the Broadway revival of into the woods in 2002. kind of annoying..
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