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The Guy Who Designed Minimalist Movie Posters Every Day For a Year Finally Finished

Pete Majarich caps off his year-long project to create a remixed movie poster every day with a packed video.

Diana Shi

Diana Shi

Toutes les images sont publiées avec l'aimable autorisation de Pete Majarich.

He made it! After an entire year, graphic designer Pete Majarich completed his ambitious design project, A Movie Poster a Day, completing exactly 365 unique poster redesigns. An artist of impeccable time management, Majarich finished the final poster, a moody reinterpretation of Alfonso Cuarón's Children of Men, on December 31, 2016.

To wrap up and toast his success in completing the massive effort, Majarich put together a video reel of all his works. Similar to binging a much-hyped TV series or film trilogy, the entire project is enthralling to view as a whole. Majarich demonstrates not only high-caliber discipline but also a keen creative spirit, embracing the project to diversify his practice and develop new artistic styles.

In a comment accompanying the Vimeo video, Majarich says he thinks "he tapped into something everybody loves—movies." Check out a few posters from A Movie Poster a Day below, along with the fast-paced video:

See every poster on Pete Majarich's website, here, and follow him on his Instagram, here.

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