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Posters for Films You Love, Starring These Strange Little White Dudes

Tomasz Opsasinski

Posters by Tomasz Opsasinski

Graphic artist Tomasz Opsasinski has taken a different approach to the whole “alternate movie posters” genre. While we’ve seen other artists apply a cool style to posters for various films, we don’t recall an artist replacing all people in the posters with teddybear-like creatures—actually the blank toys known as Munny, sold by KidRobot. These eyeless white critters would be cute if they weren’t so dangerous: Opsasinski’s Freddy wields the knife-glove Nightmare on Elm Street fans know so well, his Darth Vader stands with lightsaber drawn, his Hellboy is packing a pistol and the Right Hand of Doom.

Opsasinski is a professional poster artist, but isn’t expecting George Lucas or Wes Craven to ring him up asking to use his Munny masterpieces. These are intentionally non-commercial images the artist creates for his own reasons. “In non-commercial work, I make my own rules—or no rules,” he tells DeviantArt, where he’s currently featured in a member spotlight. “This freedom keeps me sane.”

Tomasz Opsasinski

Poster for “Aliens” by Tomasz Opsasinski

Tomasz Opsasinski

Poster for “Hellboy II” by Tomasz Opsasinski

Tomasz Opsasinski

Poster for “The Hulk” by Tomasz Opsasinski

Tomasz Opsasinski

Poster for “Inception” by Tomasz Opsasinski

Tomasz Opsasinski

Poster for “Iron Man” by Tomasz Opsasinski

Tomasz Opsasinski

Poster for “A Nightmare on Elm Street” by Tomasz Opsasinski

Tomasz Opsasinski

Poster for “Rain Man” by Tomasz Opsasinski

Tomasz Opsasinski

Poster for “Star Wars” by Tomasz Opsasinski

Tomasz Opsasinski

Poster for “The Terminator” by Tomasz Opsasinski

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Published on: May 21, 2015

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