Here are a few screenshots of my poster for a fictional Wes Anderson film festival, “Pack of Strays”. The top image was the front of the poster, designed to look like a corny family photo in a plaqued frame. I used the pen tool in Photoshop to cut out each character and did my best to correct the skin tones (a lot of Anderson’s films have a different tint to them). I wanted to maintain the concept of a mixed-matched group of misfits coming together. I took the idea from a quote from Anderson who said he believed he had created such consistent worlds that a character from one movie could walk into another and it would be believable. The following photos are page by page of the back of the poster, which is folded like a booklet. It outlines the various movies that are being shown and some info about the director. Here are a few screenshots of my poster for a fictional Wes Anderson film festival, “Pack of Strays”. The top image was the front of the poster, designed to look like a corny family photo in a plaqued frame. I used the pen tool in Photoshop to cut out each character and did my best to correct the skin tones (a lot of Anderson’s films have a different tint to them). I wanted to maintain the concept of a mixed-matched group of misfits coming together. I took the idea from a quote from Anderson who said he believed he had created such consistent worlds that a character from one movie could walk into another and it would be believable. The following photos are page by page of the back of the poster, which is folded like a booklet. It outlines the various movies that are being shown and some info about the director. Here are a few screenshots of my poster for a fictional Wes Anderson film festival, “Pack of Strays”. The top image was the front of the poster, designed to look like a corny family photo in a plaqued frame. I used the pen tool in Photoshop to cut out each character and did my best to correct the skin tones (a lot of Anderson’s films have a different tint to them). I wanted to maintain the concept of a mixed-matched group of misfits coming together. I took the idea from a quote from Anderson who said he believed he had created such consistent worlds that a character from one movie could walk into another and it would be believable. The following photos are page by page of the back of the poster, which is folded like a booklet. It outlines the various movies that are being shown and some info about the director. Here are a few screenshots of my poster for a fictional Wes Anderson film festival, “Pack of Strays”. The top image was the front of the poster, designed to look like a corny family photo in a plaqued frame. I used the pen tool in Photoshop to cut out each character and did my best to correct the skin tones (a lot of Anderson’s films have a different tint to them). I wanted to maintain the concept of a mixed-matched group of misfits coming together. I took the idea from a quote from Anderson who said he believed he had created such consistent worlds that a character from one movie could walk into another and it would be believable. The following photos are page by page of the back of the poster, which is folded like a booklet. It outlines the various movies that are being shown and some info about the director. Here are a few screenshots of my poster for a fictional Wes Anderson film festival, “Pack of Strays”. The top image was the front of the poster, designed to look like a corny family photo in a plaqued frame. I used the pen tool in Photoshop to cut out each character and did my best to correct the skin tones (a lot of Anderson’s films have a different tint to them). I wanted to maintain the concept of a mixed-matched group of misfits coming together. I took the idea from a quote from Anderson who said he believed he had created such consistent worlds that a character from one movie could walk into another and it would be believable. The following photos are page by page of the back of the poster, which is folded like a booklet. It outlines the various movies that are being shown and some info about the director. Here are a few screenshots of my poster for a fictional Wes Anderson film festival, “Pack of Strays”. The top image was the front of the poster, designed to look like a corny family photo in a plaqued frame. I used the pen tool in Photoshop to cut out each character and did my best to correct the skin tones (a lot of Anderson’s films have a different tint to them). I wanted to maintain the concept of a mixed-matched group of misfits coming together. I took the idea from a quote from Anderson who said he believed he had created such consistent worlds that a character from one movie could walk into another and it would be believable. The following photos are page by page of the back of the poster, which is folded like a booklet. It outlines the various movies that are being shown and some info about the director. Here are a few screenshots of my poster for a fictional Wes Anderson film festival, “Pack of Strays”. The top image was the front of the poster, designed to look like a corny family photo in a plaqued frame. I used the pen tool in Photoshop to cut out each character and did my best to correct the skin tones (a lot of Anderson’s films have a different tint to them). I wanted to maintain the concept of a mixed-matched group of misfits coming together. I took the idea from a quote from Anderson who said he believed he had created such consistent worlds that a character from one movie could walk into another and it would be believable. The following photos are page by page of the back of the poster, which is folded like a booklet. It outlines the various movies that are being shown and some info about the director. Here are a few screenshots of my poster for a fictional Wes Anderson film festival, “Pack of Strays”. The top image was the front of the poster, designed to look like a corny family photo in a plaqued frame. I used the pen tool in Photoshop to cut out each character and did my best to correct the skin tones (a lot of Anderson’s films have a different tint to them). I wanted to maintain the concept of a mixed-matched group of misfits coming together. I took the idea from a quote from Anderson who said he believed he had created such consistent worlds that a character from one movie could walk into another and it would be believable. The following photos are page by page of the back of the poster, which is folded like a booklet. It outlines the various movies that are being shown and some info about the director.

Here are a few screenshots of my poster for a fictional Wes Anderson film festival, “Pack of Strays”. The top image was the front of the poster, designed to look like a corny family photo in a plaqued frame. I used the pen tool in Photoshop to cut out each character and did my best to correct the skin tones (a lot of Anderson’s films have a different tint to them). I wanted to maintain the concept of a mixed-matched group of misfits coming together. I took the idea from a quote from Anderson who said he believed he had created such consistent worlds that a character from one movie could walk into another and it would be believable. The following photos are page by page of the back of the poster, which is folded like a booklet. It outlines the various movies that are being shown and some info about the director.