Layout | Vintage Movie Posters worth a bit of money

The Guardian has a collection of the 10 most expensive movie posters. Expensive not in production, but in the value of the physical poster to a collector. Most of these are great examples of vintage horror movie illustrations, but also include the beautiful Metropolis design. I love the custom type on these posters, and there are some great compositions and perspectives.

Top Selling Film Posters: Top Selling Film Posters - Metropolis, 1927

Top Selling Film Posters: Top Selling Film Posters - The Mummy, 1932

Top Selling Film Posters: Top Selling Film Posters - Metropolis (German Poster), 1927

Top Selling Film Posters: Top Selling Film Posters - The Black Cat, 1934

Top Selling Film Posters: Top Selling Film Posters - The Bride of Frankenstein, 1935

Top Selling Film Posters: Top Selling Film Posters - Dracula, 1931

Top Selling Film Posters: Top Selling Film Posters - The Black Cat, 1934

Top Selling Film Posters: Top Selling Film Posters - King Kong, 1933

Top Selling Film Posters: Top Selling Film Posters - Flying Down to Rio, 1933

Top Selling Film Posters: Top Selling Film Posters - Frankenstein, 1931

The 10 most expensive film posters – in pictures | Film | guardian.co.uk.

 

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