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Monday, November 16, 2009

ALTERNATE UNIVERSE MOVIE POSTERS and stuff

ALL POSTERS CREATED BY SEAN HARTTER 2009-2013
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111 comments:

  1. these are insane
    i like these alternate realities

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  2. Stellar. I want to see these movies so much!

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  3. Thanks I'll make more some day

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  4. Bonus points for Billy Drago and Woody Strode - nice!

    you intersted in doing an album cover?

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  5. These REALLY need to be compiled in a book. Any and all effort to make this so would be much appreciated.

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  6. A book sounds rad, i was thinking of doing an art book in general. Thanks for all the kickass feedback everyone!

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  7. These are so fantastic. The Bill Finger credit on the Joker movie (in 1979!) almost brought a tear to my eye. I'd like to live in the alternate reality where Bill Finger didn't die an unacknowledged alcoholic in '74.

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  8. This so rocks. The greatest movies never made.

    Thanks.

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  9. Thanks Philip, though i did leave Finger out unintentionally in the Joker's Five Way revenge playbill.

    K.R. Seward, thank YOU!

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  10. (as said by others) BRILLIANT!!!

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  11. Oh mah god.. These are too much for me. I would kill a lot of people to see these versions made. Walter Hill directing half of them, oh, filmnerdgasm.

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  12. Very Cool. Guessing that Toshiro Mifune plays the Yoda chracter in 'The Star Wars'. (BTW, did you know his character in The Hidden Fortress was the influence for the Luke/Han Solo character http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hidden_Fortress)

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  13. Vintage WCVB logo spotted on Reyes and Straume!

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  14. NICE EYE ROMULUS! Chet and Natalie forever!

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  15. A Micronauts movie? If only I lived in that universe!

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  16. I want to see that Matrix!

    Would you please fix the first two links?

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  17. That Mister Miracle movie...any more Steve McQueen movies would be magnificent, but that would be phenomenal. Thanks for the work.

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  18. scary - I must live in an alternative universe (or just visit) I can envisage how some of these would play!

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  19. BRAVO! Amazing work, very good taste.

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  20. These posters are brilliant! I am so impressed - very creative!!!

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  21. Man, I'd love to see that BLADE RUNNER.

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  22. These are incredibly brilliant!

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  23. Thanks for the comments and props!

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  24. Love the idea of Tim Curry as the Joker: he was actually considered for the Joker's voice in Batman: The Animated Series, but producers decided he sounded too scary. I still think he should get the role if they ever film Miller's The Dark Knight Returns - either him, or John Hurt.

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  25. I thought I was the only one who remembered Mr. Miracle - mad props!

    These are fantastic! I'd buy these!

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  26. Amazing. You didn't just play mix-n-match, you took it to a whole 'nother level. Superb.

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  27. This is just too sick!!!
    My favourites are Lon Chaney as the joker and Hitchcocks Halloween. The visuals style is amazing.

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  28. Wow, Corey Feldman as Moon Boy has to be the most brilliant casting ever. These are awesome. A book would be cool, or a trading card series. I'd buy either or both.

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  29. I'm loving these movie posters. Wish some of them were real movies!!

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  30. dude, i just found out about these. amazingly hilarious. great work.

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  31. If you're taking requests, I'd love to see an 80s BEWITCHED poster, starring Kathleen Turner and Crispin Glover.
    Directed by John Waters.

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  32. Incredible.
    I have no idea which one I like the most.

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  33. This has to be one of my favorite discoveries on the internet. EVER. With the amazing work and range of these posters, their ought to be a coffee table book of these! I can't imagine there would be any additional legal issues outside of selling these individually as prints. Just saying, if there was a book, I think you would sell a LOT of copies...

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  34. Love the Dune poster. Plate-of-shrimp time: I was just thinking TODAY how much I'd want to see an Alex Cox-directed Hamlet, featuring much of that same cast.

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  35. hah plate of shrimp, classic. No explanation. No point in lookin' for one, either.

    That sounds like a killer idea, Hamlet.

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  36. Muito bons seus cartazes.
    Adoria ver esses filmes!!
    Congratulations!

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  37. Great set! Very cool project...

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  38. Thanks! Hundreds of hours on these over the last year and a half, all fun!

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  39. Check out the illo for a 1977 Malcolm McLaren JLA film:

    JLA
    from
    http://www.anniewuart.com/

    A punk Wonder Woman is the dream-girl from my HS years...tie me up and make me tell the truth. The gobbing Aquaman is also a treat.

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  40. Meh, link didn't work, so this should work better:
    http://www.anniewuart.com/2010/12/floppy-mohawks-arent-canon.html#comments

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  41. After finding your amazing work I changed my opinion: here is hope for humankind.

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  42. I love The Maxx one!

    My Maxx tattoo
    This was right after it was finished.

    My full backpiece
    This includes a blending of 2 paintings by Polish Art Deco artist Tamara de Lempicka above my Maxx piece.

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  43. Thank you, sir.
    The artist that tattooed me, Cory Kruger, is phenomenal.

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  44. As the post is really looking one of the most authentic source to see the most vintage and famous movie posters. This one is massively looking one of the great collection for that. I am highly impressed to see this one. Thanks for sharing some magnificent and exotic movie posters in this post.

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  45. Do you do requests? I'd like to see a movie poster for "Dongzilla vs. Vagira" done in the same spirit a the movie "Flesh Gordon". Vagira is performed by a woman crab walking on her back. For Dongzilla a large appendage could be added to the costume. Cameos from other "Big Monsters" could get thrown in with modifications to make them fit the theme of the movie. Kong Dong anyone?

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  46. ha hahahaha sounds like something the Dark Bros would do

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  47. good work nice to see your alternate realities. Strangely it seems to me that some would make really good movies if developed properly. keep up the good work

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  48. Genius. I can totally imagine Jack Palance as the Punisher.

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  49. Beautiful work.
    Your obvious careful consideration in casting all roles and crew is quite evident as well as brilliant.

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  50. Awesome of you to say, I do spend some time on these, with varied results, but my heart's always in the right place. I hope.

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  51. Don't know what to say except these are fucking amazing man, and why are you not the highest-paid movie-poster designer in Hollywood / for movie studios in general right now?
    I want to see all those films, especially that Big Lebowski.

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  52. Dr. B...unfortunately, Lebowski isn't mine, its nowhere on this page or my site

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  53. The Dark tower posters were awesome!!!! Also Elvis vs Cthulhu needs to be made

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  54. Genius on all counts.
    You have my deepest praise.

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  55. Made my way way here from the Comedy Central Futurama Fanpage which was showing off your John Hughs Futurama poster. These posters are epicly made of win! I was planning on listing some that caught my eye in particular, but soon realized that list would be, like, half of them. Thanks for the lightning bolt straight to my imagination (I am picturing an AU version of Bergman's Seventh Seal written by Neil Gaiman and directed by Tim Burton--Starring Johnny Depp as the knight, Pete Postlethwaite as the squire, and Crispin Glover as Death). I hope to see more from you in the future.

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  56. Very cool of you to say, thank you!

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  57. Congratulations Sean!

    Realy amazing.... I was "snatched" from Brad Pitt as Plasticman...:)

    Go on! I want to see more and more alternate movie posters! :)

    Robert from Hungary - what is now a littlebit alternate...:)

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  58. Congratulations Sean!

    I was realy "snatched" from Brad Pitt as Plasticman...:)

    I want to see more and more alternate movie posters!

    Go on! All the bests from Hungary - what is now also a littlebit alternate universe...:)

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  59. LMAO when I realized you put Susan Sarandon and Gianna Michaels in the same flick (Avatar). That's humour to me.

    Great posters with great art, concepts and witty idéas when it comes to castings, directors, soundtracks etc. Keep the good work up.

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  60. AWESOME!!! TRY A MOVIE POSTER ABOUT SAILOR MOON WITH LINDSAY LOHAN

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  61. thanks a lot for you work, is really amazing!!!

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  62. Is there a possibility for "hd" version, which one could print as a poster? Especially the 2001 from Kurosawa? :D

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  63. I can't possibly be the first to say this, but man, if you offer these as prints, I will by several.

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  64. I work things out with people who want them heh. Thanks!

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  65. Wow, I would love to buy several of these prints! Any way I could buy some off you? I could always print them at Staples, but I'd rather support the artist if I can! Honestly, these are brilliant. I can tell you put a ton of work into them!

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  66. Thanks, I do actually put in a bit of time on them, thanks for noticing! Ah, yeah man you can order right up at the top left of any of the pages of my blog, I appreciate it. These are so small that they'd look bunk blown up. I always kick in little extras in your shipping tube as well.

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  67. LOL -- these are amazing. The Adventure Time one literally made me lol. I wish these were real movies!

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  68. CLARIFICATION on my previous comment "These are so small that they'd look bunk blown up." I was asked if I sell the posters, which I did at the time last week, because the person Zack Wall who was asking would rather support me with a purchase or two than copy these small images and go to Staples and have them blown up and printed. Someone misunderstood me and thought I said the quality of the full sized, non-internet resized, 400dpi posters were of a crap quality. Not so. I even produce up to 24 x 36 @ 400 dpi that I have seen in person in cases at movie theaters that are as crisp and sharp any any of te others being displayed. Just a clarification! I don't offer the posters at this time because I am too busy with client projects.

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  69. Bummer. Let us know when you get back to poster production !

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  70. Any idea when you'll sell posters again? Elvis Vs. Cthulhu definitely needs to hang in my kitchen.

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  71. Made my day (and prob. days to come). This is an absolute must-see. I love the way you use non-movie stuff like Moorcock's books or some 80's anime which produce a urge in the viewer's head to want all these to be real. (scuse my french, I'm not fluent :)

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  73. I'm a bit hazy on how the effects pedal would improve the situation. Is it simply so you can tweak the equalizer? Or is there something else to it?

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  74. Damn, I can look at these for hours. Someone knows their cine history and has that casting gift...

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  75. I love your movie posters! I suggest you The good the bad and the ugly: Lady Gaga as the good, Rob Halford as the bad, Ozzy Osbourne as the ugly. Director: Quentin tarantino
    The movie made in the 60's

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  76. These posters are insanely awesome!!!

    Did you ever do one for "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre"? I could have sworn I saw one at some point many months back (I guess it could have been someone else's).

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  77. These posters are brilliant! I am so impressed - very creative!!! Thanks for sharing. Nice article about Homes Poster.

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  78. Fucking insane and amazing-I take my hat off to you, sir. Keep it up.

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  81. In April of 2013, Sean Hartter passed away suddenly from asthma. It was a terrible loss to his family, friends and fans alike. His art, writings and music are all the property of his wife and sons. You can still order his work by ordering from this site.

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  82. Hi I really appreciate your all efforts which is specially for the posters online well done.
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