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Memorable Quotes In Equally Memorable Typographic Art Posters By Jerod Gibson.

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As a Los Angeles resident, coupled with working in advertising, it's not uncommon for me to experience (and engage in) conversations, facebook statuses, reader comments, punch lines, and headlines which incorporate great quotes from movies and television --and in more erudite circles, novels. But seldom have I seen some of those presented in as aesthetically a pleasing manner as those in the typographic posters of designer Jerod Gibson.

above image courtesy of Jerod Gibson

His series of typographic art prints, available in his online store 37 Posters, feature iconic silhouettes embedded in which are memorable quotes from such cult films and pop culture favorites as Pulp Fiction, The Simpsons, and The Big Lebowski. In tasteful colors with nice graphic layouts, the posters are as visually pleasing as they are smile-inducing.

If you're a fan, or better yet a "quoter" (Greg, Chad, Thom... you listening?), you'll probably like these as much as I do.

The Big Lebowski:




Fight Club:


Pulp Fiction:


Star Wars:


the Simpsons:




The Goonies:


Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas:


The Hangover:


Grandma's Boy:


In addition to the posters, which are available in two sizes, he also sells laptop and mobile phone skins, t-shirts and hoodies.

Shop for Jerod Gibson's posters, skins and more here.


Anonymous said...

These are very cool, however I can bet 100% they aren't licensed. Not only would the images have to be licensed, but the script would have to be as well from the writer. You better hope the studios don't get wind of these, because it will probabaly cost you a fortune in licensing fees if they do.

C'mon people, it's only a dollar.

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