Posterspy is one of the most I was holding a red cup you’ve seen movies T-shirt . visited websites for alternative poster artwork for video games, movies or events. It features some of the most exquisite pop culture subjects, which is why I suspect you will enjoy it greatly. And after this posts you will even be hooked on it.Back in December 2017 the site launched the first edition of the PosterSpy End of Year Portfolio Review. As a way of giving back to its community, the owners invited all artists to submit their profiles for selection. Out of over 200 of them only 10 were to be selected to receive the pro’s opinion on their portfolios, in order to improve the work. But even better was that the first three would also receive awards sponsored by none other than Wacom and Adobe.And the judges were one of a kind, too, having worked on projects for Marvel, Disney, Lucas Film, HBO or Netflix. If am sure you are familiar with them.
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