Эволюция плакатов мультфильмов с 1937 года и до наших дней

Плакаты мультфильмов, так же как и сами мультфильмы на мой взгляд очень сильно изменились за последние 70 лет. В этом посте вы увидите большое количество плакатов начиная с 1937 года и до наших дней.

1937 – Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

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1940 – Pinocchio

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1940 – Fantasia

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1941 – Dumbo

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1941 – Mr. Bug Goes To Town

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1942 – Bambi

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1944 – The Caballeros

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The 1950’s

After the success of Walt Disney’s films in the 1940’s, we unsurprisingly saw a lot more of them in the 50’s. This section showcases a range of classics: ‘Cinderella‘, ‘Alice in Wonderland‘, ‘Peter Pan‘, ‘Lady and the Tramp‘ and ‘Sleeping Beauty‘. The styles used in the following posters are virtually the same of those in the 40’s, although we do start to see a little more vivid color instead of that old washed-out feel. Another trend that we can see developing is the use of grid design in the 1955 hit ‘Lady and the Tramp‘.

1950 – Cinderella

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1951 – Alice in Wonderland

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1953 – Peterpan

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1955 – Lady and the Tramp

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1959 – Sleeping Beauty

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The 1960’s

One of the most loved things about “vintage” design in the modern design industry is the use of borders, such as that used in the great ‘The Jungle Book‘ poster. The use of borders pull the whole piece together tremendously well, and brings out the colors in the poster very well. Other poster designs in the following section make use of white space and designing on a grid.

1961 – One Hundred and One Dalmations

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1963 – The Sword in the Stone

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1964 – Yogi Bear

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1967 – The Jungle Book

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The 1970’s

The 1970’s saw the release of several animated productions that weren’t produced by Walt Disney, such as ‘Snoopy, Come Home!‘, ‘Charlotte’s Web‘, ‘The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat‘ and ‘The Lord of the Rings‘. We saw borders being used a lot more in the 70’s, in several posters such as ‘The Aristocats‘, ‘Snoopy, Come Home!‘ and ‘The Lord of the Rings‘.

1970 – The Aristocats

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1972 – Snoopy, Come Home!

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1973 – Charlotte’s Web

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1974 – The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat

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1977 – The Rescuers

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1978 – The Lord of the Rings

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The 1980’s

We started to see some fantastic effects being used in the 1980’s, such as some interesting and slightly crazy depths of field, especially that used in the ‘Oliver and Company‘ poster. This particular technique helps to draw the viewer into the poster, and helps the viewer to pay attention to the main focal point (Oliver and various dogs in this case) without having to use a boring background.

1981 – The Fox and the Hound

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1986 – My Little Pony: The Movie

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1988 – Oliver and Company

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1989 – The BFG

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1990 – Jetsons The Movie

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1991 – Beauty and the Beast

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1992 – The Little Mermaid

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1994 – The Lion King

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1995 – Toy Story

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1997 – Hercules

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1998 – Antz

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1998 – A Bug’s Life

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1999 – Toy Story 2

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2000 – Chicken Run

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2000 – Rugrats in Paris

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2001 – Monsters, Inc.

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2001 – Shrek

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2002 – Ice Age

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2002 – Lilo and Stitch

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2003 – Brother Bear

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2003 – Finding Nemo

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2004 – The Incredibles

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2004 – Shark Tale

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2005 – Madagascar

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2005 – Robots

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2006 – Cars

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2006 – Flushed Away

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2007 – Bee Movie

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2007 – Ratatouille

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2008 – Bolt

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2008 – Kung Fu Panda

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2009 – Monsters vs Aliens

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2009 – Up

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2010 – How To Train Your Dragon

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2010 – Toy Story 3

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2010 – Shrek: The Final Chapter

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