Subway Movie Posters Become Bloody Interactive Art

Subway advertising always has a great opportunity to be creative. Subways themselves are intricate tunnels with a variety of shapes and turns that can lend to the design itself. I’ve personally seen extremely creative incorporations of designs in stairs, elevators, escalators and subway trains. There is endless opportunities in these tunnels and luckily it’s one of the best places to advertise. One artist noticed the abundance of weaponry in all the subway movie posters and decided to mock them by taking it to its final conclusion.

How creative can you get with Subway movie posters?

Jon Burgerman is a New York-based artist. He found himself surrounded by violent movie posters one day while waiting for the subway.  He came up with the genius idea of playing the victim in every violent subway movie poster he could find. Burgerman used one prop, lots of blood! You can see him laying on the ground in a pool of blood, or standing pinned up beside the posters with a tortured look on his face. [ Source]

SEE ALSO: 10 Hilarious Bobble Head Superhero Movie Posters

 

Subway Movie Posters Become Bloody Interactive Art
Chicago P.D.
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Chicago P.D.
Subway Movie Posters Become Bloody Interactive Art
The Hunger Games; Catching Fire
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Die Hard

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James Bond 007

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Written by Adrian Martinez

I'm an Art Director based in Toronto, Canada with over 10 years of industry experience. This is both my design blog and my digital playground. Head on over to HireAdrian.com  to view my work or connect with me on Linkedin. 

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