We're huge fans of Stephen King &mdash we've read most of his novels and seen the movies based on them (no matter how good or bad the depiction was). Bringing our love for Stephen King into our home hasn't really been a huge option and we're glad to see that it's going to get a lot easier.
Graphic Designer Nick Tassone interpreted the novels of Stephen King in a single image. He excluded the gore and guts and focused on the one image that tells the main story.
Each poster is one color full bleed. For Carrie, he chose pastel pink screen printed on black paper. The Carrie poster is one of our favorites; it's hard to forget the scene where she gets blood poured all over her while she's on stage in front of everyone. That was the pivotal moment that her rage culminated and we saw the true fire inside of Carrie. Misery is another favorite &mdash Tassone used just an image of an ankle. Obviously telling of the most horrific part of the story.
Carrie is the first print available for sale for $30. The other novels translated to posters are: Pet Sematary, Fire Starter, The Shawshank Redemption, The Shining, Christine, Stand By Me, Misery and IT.
[via Cool Hunting]