Minimalist Pixar Movie Posters

Love Pixar’s movies? Maybe not as much as this guy. As a tribute, Melbourne, Australia-based designer Wonchan Lee created this set of minimalist posters featuring most of their films. As he wrote, “Pixar movies are everyone’s favourite. Hoping it will continue to make the world a better place. I’m pleased to dedicate these artworks to Pixar as one of the biggest fans.” Love his perfect use of color and imagery. They’re so well-executed, I want them all.

Update: We got in touch with Wonchan to ask him what he found to be the greatest challenge in creating this set. He told us this. “Turning the most realistic 3D animation into the simplest vector graphic. Like mentioned at the beginning of the artwork set, everybody loves Pixar, which means you wouldn’t want to do anything to let them down. Because it has really broad demographics, in terms of age bracket and cultural background, it was very challenging to come up with something that pleases such a wide audience whilst satisfying myself as an artist and as a fan of Pixar, too.”

Update 2: At the request of Pixar, we have removed the artwork from this post.

Wonchan Lee on Behance





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