Oscar Pop! 2020’s
Best Picture Nominees Retold in Pop Art Posters.
Shutterstock’s eighth annual Oscar Pop! poster series reimagines movie posters for the 2020 Academy Award Best Picture nominees using world-famous pop artists as inspiration, and Shutterstock’s collection of over 300 million photos, vectors, patterns, and textures as a design toolbox. From street art to collage to superflat to grunge, Shutterstock’s designers each channelled the style and aesthetic of a particular artist, capturing the spirit of the films with the surprising possibilities of stock.
“The Irishman is a true crime story about the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa, arguably the most influential labor leader of the 20th century. To this day, the mystery hasn’t been solved. At its core, the story revolves around the hard decisions that people must make for friendship.

My poster was inspired by street artist Thierry Guetta, best known as Mr. Brainwash. Playing with the contrasts of paint dripping that’s characteristic of his work, and the moody atmosphere of the movie, I wanted to express the chaotic nature of the story in a style typical of Guetta. And also...I left the door open.”
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(UK) The Drum Shutterstock: Oscar Pop
(TR) MediaCat Alternative posters for Oscar films ​​​​​​​

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