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Fernando Reza

  1. Russia’s Sexy Space Geckos Memorialized Forever In Fantastic Poster

    Teeny-tiny Gecko voices: "You can't take the skies from us!"

    Last week we brought to your attention the most important thing to happen to journalism since Johannes Gutenberg cobbled together the printing press: Russia sent a quintet of geckos into space to study the effects of zero-gravity on lizard boinking (ooooh yeah), the reptilian Romeos mutinied (that's the story I'm going with) and satellite Foton-M4 and its copulating cargo went rogue.

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  2. Fernando Reza Is Back With More Cabaret-Style Game of Thrones Posters

    Stallion hearts have never looked so good.

    The poisons of Game of Thrones get classy with these cabaret poster-inspired illustrations by Fernando Reza.

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  3. See the Monsters of the World in Vintage-Style Travel Posters

    Here Be Dragons

    Forget sight-seeing. Why not organize your next trip by mythological creatures? Fernando Reza has released a second series of his mythical beast travel posters, which highlight creatures of legend from around the world. When are we going to get a poster for the wampa of Hoth? I guess it doesn't count if the place is fictional, too. Darn.

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  4. What If Saul Bass Had Made Posters For HBO’s Game Of Thrones?

    Winter Is Coming

    Yesterday, legendary designer and filmmaker Saul Bass would have been 93. Everyone celebrated in their own way - Google made a doodle in honor of him and artist Fernando Reza created a unique tribute. He created Game of Thrones posters in the Bass' unique style. He writes, "Each poster commemorates one of Saul Bass' frequent collaborators Otto Preminger, Stanley Kubrick, Alfred Hitchock, and John Frankenheimer. Each with visual cues to some of Bass's most iconic works. This also opened the door to envisioning what a Hitchcock/Kubrick/Preminger/ Frankenheimer adaptation may have been, so each print comes complete with prospective cast and crew info at the bottom."

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  5. Is It Too Early To Start Thinking About a Summer Vacation?

    eye candy

    Well, I mean, how could I not, with Fernando Reza's mythical beast travel posters. Although no one's been able to tell yet whether our native Manhattan alligators have been helped or harmed by the events of Hurricane Sandy. According to the one I talked to, he really liked the decor of our subway stations, even if the third rail was a bit chewy.

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  6. Ultra-Geeky! Business Cards Imagined for Fictional Companies

    Fernando Reza has packed more geeky references than we thought humanly possible in his limited-run print "Day Jobs," which features a poster-sized set of 3.5" x 2" business cards for fictional companies like Veidt Industries, Dunder Mifflin, and InGen,  printed on authoritative cardstock.

    He's selling them for $25; if you reblog his post on one of those Tumblry-type blogs and name them all, you've got a shot at winning a print for free.

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