More homes would have movie posters on their walls if studios made them as eye-catching as what artist Ibraheem Youssef has done with the films of Quentin Tarantino. They remind me of the “I Can Read Movies” series with their minimal designs that cause fans to grin and make the uninitiated want to get in on the joke. I’ve seen all of Tarantino’s movies, but I can’t seem to grasp the reference Youssef’s making for Inglourious Basterds even though I’ve seen that movie twice and recently. Help me out in our comments section.
Check out all the posters after the jump. You can purchase them as 12×18 prints or 24×36 posters at shop.ibraheemyoussef.com. All prints and posters are limited editions, hand-signed, and numbered.
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