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“The Man Who Fell to Earth” – a subtle composition and unusual Gothic display font make up this interesting jacket for the 1963 Walter Tevis SF novel that was adapted to the big screen (starring David Bowie) by Nicholas Roeg in 1976.

The Man Who Fell To Earth Book Cover/Movie Poster, I like Bowie, but this is one of the worst movies ever.

Steve McQueen.  Bullit. 1968

The number one chase scene with a Bullitt: Steve McQueen as a ballistic cop assigned to bodyguard a mob witness. Also starring "Napoleon Solo," "Mel Sharples," "Terry Webster," "Altman's Frank Burns," and a 1968 Ford Mustang GT as the speeding Bullitt.

Man Who Fell To Earth poster

The Man Who Fell To Earth 1976 Nicolas Roeg (Novela: Walter Tevis) Such a sad film

The Good The Bad And The Ugly-Poster Design

Here's a very, very cool movie poster design for the Clint Eastwood starring spaghetti western, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: It was designed by Kansas City based freelance designer and illustrator Jeremy Burns. Check out more of his work here.

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Pawel Nolbert “He didn’t die. His mothership called him back home to the stars, where he visited planet Earth from - the Starman.

12 x 18 auf 65# Cover Gewicht Kraftpapier  Eine Hommage an das Frühstück bei Tiffanys... ein 1961 US-amerikanische Filmkomödie mit Audrey Hepburn

on cover weight kraft paper A tribute to the Breakfast at Tiffanys.a 1961 American romantic comedy film starring Audrey Hepburn and