Fraser McFadzean -the Grosvenor Cinema’s very own poster boy- gives us a second installment of his second looks at movie paraphernalia for upcoming talkies which will be coming to the Grosvenor Cinema.
One of Scotland’s cult classics. Having very rarely seen the sun, Scots tend to eulogize about seaside holidays without any reference to the fictional nature of Ferness
Anyone who has seen the awesome trailer of ‘Man of Steel’ will instantly recognize this minimalist take on the flight of the Man of Steel. The steely blue, matte colours only add to it
The movie is about Alan, right? It’s always been about Alan. And so Fraser has immortalized this fact with the bearded- wolf himself.
Tom Cruise oozes the Eighties: so does this neon-drenched poster for the Grosvenor Cinema’s upcoming ‘Cocktails and Dreams’ night
All artwork courtesy of Fraser McFadzean
Fraser McFadzean, the Grosvenor Cinema’s resident poster boy gives his take on some of the posters of recent hit films.
The evocative image of the 16th President of the United States on horseback, surrounded by the iconography of the American Civil War
The authoritative figure of Denzel Washington as ‘Whip’ Whitaker dominates this alternative poster. The focus on the man himself echoes the trial and redemption at the centre of Flight.
- From the font, to the Gryffindor scarf and the glasses Fraser captures the essence of Harry Potter in this poster while remaining minimalistic.
- Official promotional posters focuses on the two central characters, Alfred Hitchcock and Alma Reville while Fraser made a light play on the iconic shower sequence from Psycho. Hitchcock’s reputation is perhaps written in the blood of his female protagonist.