Movie Posters with brand integration


Created by Antrepo Design Industry as "alternative movie posters about brand integration" and it shows , who's in the film.







38 comments:

]-[appy Thought said...

These are awesome, where are they available from?

Cam said...

These are marvelous. Very interesting, as Happy thought requested, are they available?

Antonio Yamanaka said...

The matrix is missing BMW

joshyMinor said...

OMG dude these are MUST have! Where can they be gotten?

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patrick said...

Why are these cool?

Brian said...

They're cool just because they're an interesting re-interpretation of conventional posters.

Whereas normal posters are full of graphics and logos as they try to stand out from one another, these posters are all virtually identical save for one colour change.

And they're just aesthetically pleasing.

Robert said...

why are endorsements bad for movies? If Iron Man needed a couple of more million dollars to make it look like visual sex, is it not worth it?

Ferrie said...

who said it was bad Robert?

Outraged Man said...

oooooook.

fictional eyes said...

You should do the 1970's Christopher Reeve Superman. It's easy, there's only one product placement: CHEERIOS. I remember laughing when I saw it in the credits back then.

And baby, look at us now.

Derick said...

I'd love to see one for a Michael Bay movie. It could take a couple of pages though.

Sebastien Delahaye said...

Haha very interesting

Adrian.W. said...

Fantastic!!

Alexandre said...

Missing Lamborghini in Iron Man !

vadim-kontra said...

You guys just have to start selling those!

Benn said...

Whilst product placement itself is a relatively new concept, products have been in movies for years - it's just that they did not pay to make their presence felt.

What would be interesting to do is to look at the brands then and now, and look at the commonalities, which brands still exists, new brands and ones that no longer exist.

Could be an interesting study.

Victor said...

WRT Iron Man, The University of California and Berkeley are actually one and the same.

Belgand said...

There's also the issue of whether all of these are necessarily paid product placement or placed in for other legitimate reasons. MIT, for example, may be referenced because of it's place in global consciousness as a highly respected school for science and engineering thus relaying character information. Likewise particular guns may be chosen because of cultural elements or because they simply have a look that the director or props master likes. For example, the use of a Desert Eagle in the Matrix was likely made more as a choice because of it's large, recognizable profile and noted large caliber rather than sponsorship. The H&K MP5 is widely used by many paramilitary forces worldwide and is very recognizable in this role to audiences.

Separating out paid and unpaid products is thus far more important as one is intended as advertising while the other is simply aesthetic or cultural. On par with referring to "Kleenex" rather than "facial tissue".

Gene said...

Very nice use of information display.

These posters give off a very informative view on the amount of sponsors each movie is getting.

A few interesting conclusions can be drawn from these designs like how well does a movie do when it has a ton of sponsors vs. a movie with fewer sponsors.

Nice job!

www.genelu.com

joe said...

Paid or unpaid still gets the same effect so I see no need of seperating them out unless you want to crunch in numbers some more.

For the point of the posters it makes no difference.

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Alyssa Gardina, Marketing Assistant said...

These are fantastic! Are they available for order?

zoom said...

GREAT IDEA!
fantastic...
are they available?

altpixel said...

Very cool

tofr4479 said...

Dodge is missing from Iron Man

Ariel said...

HP is missing from Matrix...

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Rob said...

hahaha, what a great idea, love your work

Antrepo Design Industry said...

Antreposhop.com is available now!

isopor said...

do you know the typografic used on these posters?

semiotech said...

Great posters! Looks like Bourne is the worst of them all.

jérôme said...

push it further and make your elements (brand name) in your cloud diff size corresponding to their preponderance in the movies.

wow accounts said...

These posters (albeit on canvas and frame) make a refreshing change to the usual “action packed” movie poster design. They’re alot simpler appealing to the graphically include minimalist, and also state the brands integrated in the films.

Reverse Phone Lookup said...

These posters are apparently for sale, according to the Antrepo blog, and they're certainly evocative in their simplicity. I don't know if I'd want them on my wall, necessarily, but it's still an interesting premise. I don't know; would you call this pop art?

triple wall stove pipe said...

Looks like some very interesting brand integration ideas, thanks for this.

Washing Machine info said...

Great info, Iron Man is my favorite

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