12 Movie posters redesigned in 8-bit computer game look

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Do you remember the good old 8-bit game consoles? At the turn of the eighties and nineties Nintendo and Sega were the most diffused systems for home gaming in the world, and games like Super Mario, Sonic, Zelda or Mega Man were the big fishes in the pond at that time.
The way 8-bit games visually looked was unmistakable and their style made the history of video games.

Denver based graphic designer Eric Palmer decided to brush up that awesome look in his series 8-bit movie posters, redesigning famous movie playbills in the aforementioned style.
Such a nice way to bring back that 80s feeling. Enjoy.

Website: Eric Palmer on Behance.

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1. 300

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2. 2001 – A Space Odissey

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3. The Dark Knight

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4. Harry Potter

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5. Iron Man

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6. Jurassic Park

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7. Kill Bill vol. 1

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8. Matrix

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9. Star Wars

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10. Titanic

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11. V for Vendetta

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12. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

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