Designers created pop-art posters for this year’s Best Picture contenders

By B.G. Henne

It’s the end of February, which means most folks either have an actual seasonally appropriate flu bug, or else they’ve got Oscar fever (sympathies to those who suffer from both).
Oscar week means trying to get caught up on the major nominations you’ve missed, griping about snubs, and pausing to watch nominees turn in horrible early career performances.

Even stock media purveyor Shutterstock is vulnerable to the charms of the golden statue. They’ve tasked designers with assembling their own pop-art version of Best Picture nominees (using Shutterstock high-quality images, of course). The posters cover a range of styles, and each piece is accompanied by commentary about the artist’s inspirations and approach to their respective subject. The full collection is available to view here.