Officially Cool: Unused Inglourious Basterds Poster


The folks over at PosterWire have published something very, very cool this week — an unused illustration for Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds by James Goodridge. He created it as a proposal and it was passed on by The Weinstein Company. Personally, I am in favor of this one.

Along with the poster, PosterWire also published a short interview with Goodridge, who talked about how this poster came to be:

The movie studio had already produced some teaser posters but wanted a fresh take, truer to the director’s vision and influences and the story. The creative director had only a few requests from the studio but this was to be an occasion where I had considerable creative input.

Check out the poster below. Then if you can, try to convince us why you wouldn’t want one of these “basterds” on your wall in the comment section below.


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