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For those of you who know TQS may know that we love alternative movie posters more than…well, posters. So when we saw that the lovely people at had created a range of Hitchcock heroin posters to celebrate the release of the new Hitchcock movie we just had to take a look.

Featuring 80 of film’s most iconic goodies and baddies, these posters were one of our favourite parts of our visit to the V&A’s Hollywood Costumes Exhibition.

Looper, the time-bending sci-fi thriller starring Joseph Gordon Levitt and Bruce Willis, is out in cinemas today! To celebrate we’ve rounded up the best fan made (and 1 official) movie posters.

9 brilliantly animated neon sign movie posters by ‘Doodling Daddio’ Mr Whaite. The animation ranges from obvious to subtle but always brilliant.

Forget the bat symbol, superheroes should employ these designs as their calling cards.

Story artist at Pixar Josh Cooley has been busy drawing up classic movie scenes in the style of Little Golden Books to compile a book of his own, Movies R Fun, featuring amazing artwork like the examples below.

How many of these 100 movie characters drawn on Microsoft paint can you identify?

Ridley Scott’s Prometheus is one of our most anticipated films of the year so when we (s)tumbled across this stunning design by designer Dean Walton, we were transfixed.

Following the huge success of last week’s alternative Disney movie posters, we’re back with another collection of reimagined posters, but this time there isn’t a fairy tale in sight.

Friend of TQS and graphic designer Rowan Stocks Moore (twitter: @rowansm) is back again. This time with his take on Disney. Check out his designs below. Follow us on Twitter or Like us on Facebook to be the first to hear about…