The Poster Posse has been feverishly generating great group projects. In the last couple of weeks they have produced fine collections of alternative posters for Monsters 2: Dark Continent, Netflix's Daredevil series and Mad Max: Fury Road.
All this activity is but a warm-up for their greatest project so far. Almost the entire team has generated at least one poster for the opening May 1st Avengers: Age of Ultron.
For those who keep count, this is the Posse's 19th collaborative effort. The project was released in four phases over four days. All art work for all four phases are included in this post.
Doaly's "Daddy Issues" tribute to the proud father Iron Man featuring the first artistic scribblings of mecho-child Ultron.
Matt Needle's high graphics tribute to the "dirty dozen" of Avengers heroes.
Continuing the geometry tributes: Orlando Arocena vectors always amaze, as does Simon Delart's infinite exploration of how triangles can form great art posters.
Rich Davies charcoal and pencil sketches of six Avengers serves as a reminder that good hand drawn art can exceed CGI almost any day.