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Along With A Brand New Website, The Poster Posse Launches Their Official Collaboration With Disney Animation For “BIG HERO 6″‏

Last week Cult Collective were not the only ones to launch a brand new website. The Poster Posse launched their own dedicated website alongside their latest project, and official collaboration with Disney to celebrate their upcoming animation Big Hero 6.

Inspired by the Marvel Comics series created by Steven T. Seagle and Duncan Rouleau in the late 90’s, Big Hero 6 follows in the footsteps of Disney and Marvel’s other recent super hero team movie, Guardians Of The Galaxy as another example of how the mouse house are putting faith into lesser known Marvel characters.
Check out some of the great posters that the Poster Posse have created!

Sharm Murugiah Big Hero 6
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Sharm Murugiah Stuns With A Gorgeous Poster For Michel Gondry’s “Mood Indigo”

Wonder who designed our fab logo? Well it certainly wasn’t me! That was down to London based designer and artist Sharm Murugiah. The first time I was exposed to Sharm’s work was by the way of the Steelbook cover for Only God Forgives, the winning entry in Empire movie magazines competition judge by director Nicolas Winding Refn. Since then we have been paying close attention to his work, such as his Picture House Exhibition, “The Many Faces of Sharm Murugiah” and the excellent movie art anthology, “This Must Be The Place”.

Recently Sharm has put together this beautiful poster for Michel Gondry’s Mood Indigo for Picture House Cinema’s poster competition.

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Picture House Cinema Host “The Many Faces Of Sharm Murugiah”, A Solo Potrait Show!

The first time I was exposed to the work of artist and illustrator Sharm Murugiah was through the great work he did on the Steelbook cover for Only God Forgives, the winning entry in Empire movie magazines competition judge by director Nicolas Winding Refn. Since then we have been paying close attention to his work, such as the excellent movie art anthology, “This Must Be The Place”.

Now Sharm has just announced a new solo portrait show, “The Many Faces Of Sharm Murugiah”, which will run at Picture House Cinema, Clapham, London, UK from the 22nd of May.

Sharm Murugiah Portraiture Poster

Acting as an adapted retrospective of previous works by Sharm Murugiah, the show will include some of his old favourites from professional projects, some extra portraits from unpublished projects and some brand new portraits. The show is supported by Clapham Picturehouse Cinemas, London, the perfect platform to present a set of movie themed portraits.

Each piece will be unique to the show and will be signed and sealed by Sharm himself. SO THEY ARE COMPLETE ONE OFFS! When we say sealed, we actually mean it. Take a look at the actual seal in question as well as a select few pieces to look forward to.
Sharm Murugiah Winter Soldier
 
 
Sharm Murugiah Brad Pitt 
Sharm Murugiah Pacific Rim
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Sharm Murugiah Portrait Her
  
 

Each piece will be unique to the show and will priced at only £40 each and available at Clapham Picturehouse Cinema, London. As the show goes on their will be more and more pieces added and changed and 10% of each sale will go to Charity.

“The Many Faces Of Sharm Murugiah” opens at 6pm on the 22nd of May at Clapham Picturehouse Cinema, 76 Venn Street, London. Head to www.SharmMurugiah.com and to www.picturehouse.co.uk for more information and make sure you follow Sharm on Twitter, too!

Sharm Murugriah previews pieces from movie art anthology, ‘This Must Be The Place’

A little while ago we talked about the upcoming movie art project ‘This Must Be The Place’, spearheaded by graphic designer Sharm Murugiah.  ‘This Must Be The Place’ will be an anthology of artwork by designers visually interpreting some of the best films of the year. These illustrations will accompany pre existing reviews of the chosen movies with the finished magazine being sent to various members of the publishing industry to showcase the work.

Sharm has recently taken to Twitter to share some of these great pieces by himself and other artists.

Bling ringA preview Luke Butland’s Bling Ring piece for ‘This must be the place’.

 Sharm Only god forgives

A preview of Sharm Murugiah’s Only God Forgives piece for ‘This must be the place’.

Blue is the warmest colourA preview of Faye West’s Blue is the Warmest Colour piece for ‘ This must be the place’

Other artists who are contributing to the project include Doaly, Chris Skinner, Rich Davies and Mat Weller.

We will bring you more previews as we get them but in the meantime, ensure you follow Sharm and all the other artists on Twitter.