Reimagined Hollywood Posters

To celebrate the recent Cannes film festival, iconic Parisian boutique Colette teamed up with saucy British film magazine Little White Lies to create a series of posters featuring ’70s cinema classics re-imagined by a host of celebrated illustrators. Printed in limited editions of 70 each, the collection includes Von’s creepily brilliant vision for Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange, featuring only the memorable image of Malcolm McDowell’s heavily lashed eye, and Paul X. Johnson’s eerie take on Roeg’s Don’t Look Now, incorporating a shattered mirror and a deceased child. Other films and contributors span Jimmy Turrel’s Serpico and Ian Wright’s Eraserhead. As always, Colette has cast a cool new cinematic gaze on a collection of acknowledged classics.