This designer set himself on a pretty huge and challenging project.

Movie posters play an important role in promoting the movies to the audience, and giving the audience a flavor of what they can expect. They’re the most visible and striking part that movie lovers relate to first before even watching the movie. To understand just how posters are a treasured part of every film fan’s life, you’ll probably never come across a more true movie fan.

To prove this affinity to movie posters, there has been a recent rise in popularity of the sale of limited editions for classic movie posters with many of them often sold out within minutes. This rush is probably comes down to the fact that you sometimes look at some of today’s movie posters and wonder why these poster designers are paid millions of dollars only to do work that you thought should be way better.

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But to soothe the souls of movie poster lovers, Sydney-based artist, Pete Majarich vowed at the beginning of this year that he’d create one movie poster a day for 365 days. Through his series titled “A Movie Poster A Day,” Majarich has literally funneled his creative juices to this huge project and you won’t believe what he’s achieved thus far.

Majarich’s creations never give the impression of sloppy last-minute pieces. If anything, they ooze an impressive digitally-influenced style that’s designed with serious attention to detail. Their coolness and inventiveness is more than anything you’ll maybe even see in the original posters. So here’s a few of his tasteful creations, though you can find more on Instagram.

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