Peter Majarich

While on the hunt for some cheap posters to decorate the sparse walls in my rental house, I came across a Sydney based designer called Peter Majarich. Peter is the founder of design agency Craft & Graft, and is currently undertaking an awesome project called “A Movie Poster A Day“, which sees him recreate classic movie posters in gorgeously creative minimalist ways.

The end results are completely original takes on classic film posters which, for the most part, are significantly better than the originals!

Our top 25 picks are below, and all listed are available for purchase from a measly $25 schmeckles (that’s like 6 lattes!) to $150 for some of the larger posters from their online store.

These beautiful posters would be great for spicing up a rental property where you can’t paint the walls, having a feature print above your desk or bed, or even having one as the focal point in an otherwise minimalist room.

We’re totally in love with the Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, Grand Budapest Hotel & Love / Death posters!

 

Batman V Superman: Batman Edition

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Batman V Superman: Superman Edition

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Being John Malkovich

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Birdman

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Black Swan

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Cast Away

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Catch Me If You Can

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Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close

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Good Will Hunting
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Inception
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Grand Budapest Hotel

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Love / Death
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Purple Rain

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Se7en
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SnowdenPeter Majarich

 

The Deer Hunter

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The Fantastic Mr Fox

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The Godfather

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The Italian Job

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Particle Fever
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The NeverEnding Story

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The Simpsons Movie

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The Texas Chainsaw Massacare

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Thelma & Louise

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You can check Peter’s work out on his Tumblr, Instagram, TwitterFacebook & Behance.

All photos belong to Peter Majarish of Craft & Graft.

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