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Every movie that had to be something special had to have a poster by Drew Struzan -Guillermo Del Toro

Some say the humble movie poster is a dying art form – bar a small period when everything featured a large Tom Cruise head on it – I say they have simply evolved with the times. Films may no longer be promoted via a one-sheet in your local cinema lobby but there is still a wondrous and fascinating world of film art out there to explore… Welcome one and all to the Ramblin Entertainment Poster Emporium.


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THE ILLUSTRATED WORKS OF DREW STRUZAN

Back To The Future by Drew StruzanLong term collaborator of Spielberg and Lucas, Drew Struzan is a legend in the field of illustrated movie posters and a personal hero of Ramblin Entertainment

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GALLERY 1988’s CRAZY 4 CULT

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What began life as an alternative movie art show has quickly become a phenomenon, bringing together urban artists to create the coolest cult film posters around

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THE ART OF JOHN ALVIN

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Witness the work of a true legend of movie marketing from ET & Aliens to Batman, Blade Runner & Star Wars to name but a few

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