In a time when everything from books and movies to sporting events to 1 a.m. lines at the Taco Bell drive-thru keeps getting longer, it's nice to see that H-57 still knows how to break it down to the quick and dirty. Having previously produced the "Shortology" project, a minimalist storytelling method using infographic icons and just 3 steps, the Milan creative studio now extends their penchant for getting to the point to American cinema.
This series of posters condenses the entire plots of classic, hours-long movies into simple flow charts that take no more than a few seconds to scan. My personal favorite is ET, which encapsulates the Spielberg flick in 4 images, all of which are basic enough that ET himself could have drawn them. Additional movie selections include Alien, Pulp Fiction, Avatar, The Matrix, The Exorcist, The Shining, and Lord of the Rings (culled from 3 films/10 hours to 2 images! Brilliant!).
H-57 flow chart film plot posters are available in sizes ranging from 12 x 16 to 30 x 40, and in both print and canvas mediums.