tweetick wrote:I love a Tstout assault on my eyes.
I do as well but i can understand the criticisms from a compositional standpoint as animated Anderson films provide such an abundance of material that there is no way to not cram characters and moments into the poster, even if it muddies the overall composition to my eyes (esp with the dead center title block).
On another note I noticed with Broken Press, in the Kendrick what was gold in the JPEG looked like normal Tyler gold inks, but in hand those inks are much more yellow. makes me curious as to how the golds on this variant will look when printed as this is his first cinema poster not printed by D&L.
Total guess but I'm thinking it's maybe 2 of his dog's birthdays. One from childhood, one now.
Not a bad guess with the content of the film /poster^, wonder if it's the new norm or a one off.
Finally saw the film, really enjoyed it.