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The Best Picture Nominees Now Have Pop Art Posters Created By Shutterstock Designers

In Oscar Pop!’s sixth year, Shutterstock designers kept the tradition and reimagined the Best Picture nominees’ posters using Shutterstock content and revealed gorgeous art works.

Each year, Shutterstock, an online marketplace for commercial digital images, videos and music, celebrates the Academy Awards Best Picture nominees with reimagining their movie posters in collaboration with amazing designers.

The posters are created by using imaginary from Shutterstock’s collection including photos, vectors, illustrations and so on. Just like the previous year, each designer has selected one of 2018’s leading films in order to analyse and reimagined a movie posters inspired from an artist they identify.

Shutterstock’s Curator, Robyn Lange said:

This year’s nominations illustrate a wide range of time periods from the early days of World War II to modern day America, each with a storyline that is primarily dramatic in nature making them the perfect inspiration for a new, more colourful interpretation.

This is a creative tradition we look forward to every year and it is an opportunity to display the incredible artwork of our contributor community while also celebrating the talent of visionary artists, directors, producers and designers.

Here you can see the 90th Academy Awards Best Picture nominees’ pop art posters, their designers and artists, whom designers were inspired from for each poster re-designing:

Call Me By Your Name – inspired by James Rosenquist, designed by Tim Harrison/Shutterstock

Darkest Hour – inspired by Richard Hamilton, designed by Alice Li/Shutterstock

Dunkirk – inspired by Takashi Murakami, designed by Brandon Lee/Shutterstock

Get Out – inspired by Keith Haring, designed by Alice Lee/Shutterstock

Lady Bird – inspired by Mel Ramos, designed by Brenda Luu/Shutterstock

Phantom Thread – inspired by Malika Favre, designed by Florence Lau/Shutterstock

Shape of Water – inspired by Kiki Kogelnik, designed by Kia Delgato/Shutterstock

The Post – inspired by Ed Ruscha, designed by Jenny Forrest/Shutterstock

Three Billboards – inspired by Olly Moss, designed by Jackelyne Catillo/Shutterstock

To read more about the thoughts shared by the designers on their creations, you can visit Shutterstock’s website.

Offering alternative art for Best Picture nominated movie posters is one of the great ideas introduced by Shutterstock during the Academy Awards and pop art lovers have been happy to see this unique collection so far.

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