Graphic Designer Spends Entire Year Creating a New Minimalist Movie Poster Every Day

Remake Of Castaway Movie Poster

When graphic designer Peter Majarich rang in 2016, he opted for a particularly unique New Year’s resolution: to design a new movie poster each day.

Majarich views the project—aptly titled A Movie Poster A Day—as both an artistic endeavor and a personal challenge. The cinematic series emerged as a way to cohesively and creatively combine his interest in pop culture with his tendency toward a modern and minimalist aesthetic. While his reimagined and recreated posters are stylistically unique and his concepts are inventive, he makes sure that every homage honors the film’s original intentions. “Each poster aims to be an alternative take on the original theatrical release poster,” he explains, “while still staying true to the movie’s concepts.”

In addition to executing A Movie Poster A Day, Majarich also runs Craft and Graft, a Sydney-based design studio. Select signed posters are available to purchase through the stylish shop, where you can also catch a sneak-peek of his other current projects.

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All images via Pete Majarich.

Kelly Richman-Abdou

Kelly Richman-Abdou is a Contributing Writer at My Modern Met. An art historian living in Paris, Kelly was born and raised in San Francisco and holds a BA in Art History from the University of San Francisco and an MA in Art and Museum Studies from Georgetown University. When she’s not writing, you can find Kelly wandering around Paris, whether she’s leading a tour (as a guide, she has been interviewed by BBC World News America and France 24) or simply taking a stroll with her husband and two tiny daughters.
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