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Doc Corner: McQueen

"It's an excellent film, very well balanced, full of fascinating talking heads, and beautifully put together." -Edward L

"This should be the fashion documentary that makes it through to the final 5." - Peggy Sue

"I saw this in the UK last week. I was fascinated --especially the relationship with Blow and reflections on his gender politics. Would recommend." - catbaskets

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Curio: The Driver

Alexa here.  After seeing Drive this past weekend I am now one of the legions of obsessives screaming about how cool it is all over the internet.  So, of course, I found myself on a search for some original poster designs for the film.  To me, its 80s stylings and rich atmosphere scream for visual homage (it even got Nathaniel sketching again!).  

Here are some recent designs I spotted.  I'm hoping to see more soon.

Poster by Cory Schmitz and Maré Odomo.

Two more from the series.


Poster by Matt Needle.

Another amazing cover for Little White Lies.

Previously on "Curio"...
Showdowns | Custom Painted Film Stills | Woody's Women | Crafty Stanley Kubrick

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Reader Comments (4)

It doesn't seem right to have a gun in that second to last one. "I don't carry a gun." His weapons are his boots: both for stomping and for stepping on the pedal.

September 27, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterDylan

I saw this yesterday, and I am in love with it. I've been comparing the experience to what it might have been to be my age now, watching Reservoir Dogs when it came out. An exciting new violence.
And I love the Real Human Being poster, because now that song is in my head.;

September 27, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMike in Canada

I love every single one of them!

September 27, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterPeggy Sue

Am I the only one who thought this movie was pure crap, through and through? Nothing more than an extended music video? Not in the least exciting or interesting? The only one? Really?

September 29, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterRC
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