20 Posters for Disney Classics

First, thanks for all the interest in our recent TV shows posters and all the nice reactions. In the future we plan to expand this project but today it’s a different set of posters.

Even though we’re not exactly a target group, we loved Tangled and it reminded us of all those older Disney animations we were brought up on. So today we present our tribute: simple posters for 20 classic Disney movies. Again, it was so much fun.

And, should you be interested, the posters are available here.

Snow White and Seven Dwarfs (1937)

Pinocchio (1940)

Fantasia (1940)

Bambi (1942)

Cinderella (1950)

Alice in Wonderland (1951)

Peter Pan (1953)

Lady and the Tramp (1955)

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)

The Jungle Book (1967)

Robin Hood (1973)

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)

The Little Mermaid (1989)

Beauty and the Beast (1991)

Aladdin (1992)

The Lion King (1994)

The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)

Mulan (1998)

Tangled (2010)

(Obviously this is fan work and we don’t own either Disney or its titles.)

P.S. And here a poster for Brave.

  1. Reblogged this on peasquared and commented:
    these posters are amazing. i wanted to share them with you because they’re fun and fun to look at.


  2. This is great! I never realized how almost every Disney movie could have such simple iconography. This would be highly successful out on the street even without the Disney logo.

    • Make sure to get the Lion King poster changed – its not Disney that will sue you but surely JACK WOLFSKIN does, lol.

  3. Suzanne Perry said:

    where can I buy these?

    • Best to contact us by email (just be warned that from where we live shipping isn’t too cheap to most places).

      • Anabela Meinhardt said:

        Can I buy the vectors and print them here where I live?

      • Not exactly but we’re looking into some distant printing possibilities. Please mail us in a week or so if you’re interested and we’ll let you know what we’ve found out. Thanks for the interest!

    • Amanda said:

      Did you end up with a printing solution? I am definitely interested

      • Hey, we’re still looking into options and should have something by the end of the year. Thanks for the interest!

  4. nesk said:

    Good minimalist posters !

  5. I so love this. Especially The Jungle Book, because I love Kaa. The Alice in Wonderland one is so right on.

  6. Loved it. I agree with you on minimalism being a game between viewer and creator. I always believe the viewer appreciates the “Ah!” moment when he discovers what is being said. I’ve tried something similar. You might like it: http://imkarthik.com/index.php?/work/grey-area/

  7. gradstudent said:

    Minimalism is about the essence of an idea–in this case, the essence of these movies (a la olly moss). The majority of these posters showcase neat symbols, but don’t really reflect the essence, or even really what the movie is actually about. This is how we got from the beautiful, functional, context and philosophy driven modernism of mies van der rohe to the appropriated, context-lacking, dehumanist international style of architecture. sorry 😦

  8. I love minimalist works. However, I often wonder what if none of these are classics and people have no idea what the movie is about, will they get the message these posters are trying to get across?

    • I always think of minimalist posters as a game between people who already know something about the subject. So part of fun is deciphering the clues and figuring out why it’s been simplified like this. I don’t think it’s for people who know nothing whatsoever of the original.

  9. Very clean! I like how the designs are simple yet portray a story still very cool.

  10. Amazing work. Love the simplicity but spot-on designs!

    • Yeah, It’s pretty cool! I just wish they made more versions: I guess I like big series.

      • Olimpia said:

        Yeah I agree! The more the merrier! 🙂 xx

  11. I love the simplicity of these. Very pertinent and intelligent. Thanks!

  12. MrCichy said:

    It’s so great! I like 101 Dalmatians, Pinocchio and Winnie the Pooh – so simple:)

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