You might have noticed a number of anniversary-themed logos for many of the film studios popping up in movie theaters this year, as it’s been nearly 100 years since many of the largest studios were first created. Paramount Pictures is marking the occasion with a specially-commissioned poster from Gallery1988. The print is actually really cool, with small, minimalist depictions for some of the studios’ most famous films. Though the poster is only available to Paramount employees, this online iteration serves as a fun challenge for cinephiles to guess which pictures correspond to which films.
Hit the jump to check out the poster and test your cinematic knowledge. If you’re a fan of pop-culture themed art prints, be sure to check out our new feature Limited Paper in which we round up the latest prints, announcements, and host interviews with some of the film/art crowd’s most popular artists. You can read the latest issue right here.
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