Fro Does Terry Gilliam’s Brazil

Posted by Grey Monday, September 26, 2011

Terry Gilliam’s 1985 film, Brazil, has long been considered one of the exemplary example of a successful fusion of sci-fi with black humor. Graphic designer Fro pays tribute to the sci-fi epic with this cool minimalist presentation of the film.

We have earlier featured graphic designer Fernando Fro Rezza (AKA Fro)'s tribute reimagined poster of "They Live", the classic 1988 cult film by John Carpenter. Here, we take a further step back to look at yet another stylish reimagined poster by the graphic designer.

Taking on the classic 1985 dystopian satire black comedy, Fro drew from the visually rich film for a minimalist rendition of the film. Made for Über Cool Stuff, the piece was previously released as a limited edition print with only 50 hand-numbered and signed copies available.

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