Learn important lessons from eight retro style sci-fi posters.

Think you know where that Orion Green Girl's been? Think again.

/Film has an exclusive set of artwork Tom Whalen and Dave Perillo teamed up for the Gallery 1988 East art show in Los Angeles. The exhibit is called "Modern Vintage" and features art for films such as Batman, Robocop, Army of Darkness and Blade Runner deliver important messages about reading and crosswalks.



Modern Vintage opens December 6 at Gallery 1988 East, 7021 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles CA with an opening reception at 7 p.m. It’ll remain on display through the rest of the month. Learn more about it at /Film.

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What do you think of the posters? What important lessons did you learn?

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Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Shop smart. Shop S Smart!


Love that Ash is reading from the Necronomicon, and the kids are crying!

I would hate to cross the Robocop cross guard. Detroit's kids would be safe.

Pat Dilloway said...

That's some good advice but once you go green you never go back.

Liesel Hill said...

Made me smile. And roll my eyes a little bit. Cool retro posters, though. :D

L. Diane Wolfe said...

Cheesy but funny. I don't think any cars will get past Robocop.

Maurice Mitchell said...

He traded in his boomstick!

Maurice Mitchell said...

That's the best combination L!

Maurice Mitchell said...

They have a great look Liesel. :D

Maurice Mitchell said...

He had real jungle fever Pat.

Maurice Mitchell said...

That's my favorite part David.


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