Since the most anticipating movie by the director Chris Nolan is released now, the internet is getting flooded with the minimal posters of the movie. Here is a list of posters that are conceptually and artistically neat and can be found hanging on anyone's wall.
As we see the internet is full of all kind of minimal posters, looking for a perfect conceptual minimal poster on internet is a rough job, you would find a poster full of colors and drama but you wouldn't get to the name of the film until or unless you see its name written above.
Farm and the spaceship
This poster looks very similar with the one we watched in the trailer of the movie,this poster looks very good and it depicts the exact idea of the film to everyone who has seen the trailer.
Cruising through the clouds
This one is also very similar to the one we have seen in the trailers and posters of the film. Colors used in this poster are cool and calm with the title given below plus the dates and director's name,gives exact idea of the concept about something related to space.
Mankind was born on earth....
It opens with the tag line "Mankind was born on earth,it was never meant to die here." delivered by Michael Caine in the film.This poster has very professional approach as it presents the spaceship in two dimensions above a dotted whole which somehow looks like a wormhole and depicts a different dimension about the plot of the film.
What is a worm hole ?
Cooper asks his colleague about the worm hole,and he gets a very simple demonstration of a worm hole from him. He demonstrate it with the help of a pencil and a paper. That scene plays a tricky part in the movie as the humans of earth were called to enter a worm hole for the better good of the remaining life on the earth by the humans of other dimension or simply called by "them".
The two watches
This poster just has two watches of the same color and same design. Very similar to the pair that Cooper and Murph had with them throughout their journeys in different dimensions of time and space.
What other concepts can be put into a "Interstellar" minimal movie poster?