The Oscars are on Sunday, during which we’ll see nine films vie for the coveted Best Picture trophy. In anticipation of the event, the eighth annual Oscar Pop! poster series celebrates the Academy Awards by crafting unique posters for each nominee using photos, vectors, textures, and illustrations from Shutterstock’s diverse collection of over 300 million images, while also drawing inspiration from world famous pop artists.
The result is kind of beautiful. You get a Saul Bass-inspired poster for Parasite, a Takashi Murakami-inspired poster for Ford v Ferrari, and even a Daniel Norris-inspired poster for Joker.
Below is a full rundown of the source material for each poster, followed by the posters themselves via Shutterstock. For more on the Oscar race, click here to find out how the complicated Best Picture voting system works.
- Jojo Rabbit by Thanh Nguyen/Shutterstock with artist inspiration from Yayoi Kusama
- Joker by Jackelyne Castillo/Shutterstock with artist inspiration from Daniel Norris
- Ford v Ferrari by Alice Lee/Shutterstock with artist inspiration from Takashi Murakami
- 1917 by JC Moreno/Shutterstock with artist inspiration from David Carson
- Marriage Story by Flo Lau/Shutterstock with artist inspiration from Roberta Indiana
- The Irishman by Alex Bodin/Shutterstock with artist inspiration from Thierry Guetta
- Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood by Ian Calleja/Shutterstock with artist inspiration from David Hockney
- Parasite by Nicole Dai/Shutterstock with artist inspiration from Saul Bass
- Little Women by Alex Clem/Shutterstock with artist inspiration from Pauline Boty