Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity is officially a hit after topping the box office for a second weekend, a heartening sign that persevering, talented filmmakers can occasionally get rewarded for breakthrough visual acrobatics—minor script quibbles aside. It’s a film that will likely resonate for years, and that means graphic designers will perpetually redesign one-sheets for it. There is already a spate of new designs commissioned by ShortList in anticipation of the film’s UK release in November. There’s the requisite poster executing the maximum amount of minimalism possible, a fun old-timey pulp science fiction version, a highly saturated extreme close-up, one that supports Neil deGrasse Tyson retitling the film Angular Momentum, and a poster that looks a whole lot like the one for Duncan Jones’ Moon. Take a look at the highlights below, or click through to see the full gallery.
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