Saturday, December 4, 2010

Odd One Out Poster Challenge - Round 2

Alright ladies and gents after a modestly successful round one with this we're going to move on to another round of the Odd One Out Poster Challenge.

For those curious, here are some clear cut rules:
1. There is no "correct" answer (there are lots of answers). You pick your answer and defend it!
2. I award points for being creative (silliness and randomness are bonuses - remember this is Uni judged)
3. DO NOT take into account the quality or content of the films. Keep it posters related (remember this is supposed to be fun :P )

POSTER 1, BURIED:

POSTER 2, CHARADE:

POSTER 3, MOON:

POSTER 4, VERTIGO:

10 better thoughts:

Tom said...

I believe #2 and #4 were both designed by Saul Bass. #1 is imitation Saul Bass, and #3 is the odd one out. Looks like the designer slapped something together to meet a deadline.

snobbyfilmguy said...

Buried is different. Instead of featuring someone in a round configure it has someone in a square configure. And the person is further away. Also the title is significantly smaller.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

First impression is #1, as it's not a circle, but #3 is odd because it's not a spiral, just a round disc.

Sebastian Gutierrez said...

3 is the odd one out because it's image is not smack in the center! It's off to the side, which does a lot in eluding to the mysteriousness of the film, while the others just kinda look cool.

SugaryCynic said...

4 is the odd one out because it is the only one with a non-black background (and orange of all things!)

Alex said...

Obviously, Moon is the odd one out here because it's the only one of these 4 that's currently hanging on my wall.

The Mad Hatter said...

Charade is the odd one out since it's the only one where the spiral ends in an arrow.

Simon said...

Buried is all square spirals.

What they have in common, since you totally asked: they all have a bit of red.

Moon is the only one with a completely photographed image (Charade is painted over.

Fletch said...

Moon is the only one that takes place in space, of course.

Andy from fandango groovers said...

A bit late to the party here but #2, Charade: the swirls are random and overlapping. The others are more geometric and create a sense of depth.

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