Wonderful Pop Culture Art Posters by Maria Suarez-Inclan


The Goonies for the show Crazy for Cult in gallery 1988 (LA)



"Wes Anderson family" for "Bad Dads V" in Spoke Art gallery (San Francisco)



Pulp fiction "Coffee break" for the show "Quentin vs Coen" in  Spoke art gallery (San Francisco)



Leon the professional for the show "I am the law" – Hero Complex gallery (LA)



Pink Floyd "Animals" for gallery 1988 (LA)



Morrison Hotel inspired by The Doors album for gallery 1988 (LA)



Beach boys for the gallery 1988 (LA)



Crash Bandicoot for the show "8 bit and beyond" for Bottleneck gallery in Brooklyn, NY

Maria Suarez Inclan, an illustrator and graphic designer based in Madrid, Spain, shared some of her wonderful new posters based on cult cinema, music albums and video games. Maria, who is studying Graphic Design at Universidad Complutense of Madrid, says that she derives inspiration from “films, 60’s music, social psychology,  50’s publicity and Franco-Belgian comic books.”

You can check out more of her illustrations and graphic design on her website, Tumblr and Behance.

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