A neon poster for HELP!
The semaphore actually spells NUJV! According to cover photographer Robert Freeman, “I had the idea of semaphore spelling out the letters HELP, but when we came to do the shot the arrangement of arms with those letters didn’t look good, so we decided to improvise and ended up with the best graphic positioning of the arms.”

A neon poster for HELP!

The semaphore actually spells NUJV! According to cover photographer Robert Freeman, “I had the idea of semaphore spelling out the letters HELP, but when we came to do the shot the arrangement of arms with those letters didn’t look good, so we decided to improvise and ended up with the best graphic positioning of the arms.”

It’s the Wimbledon finals this weekend, so I thought this would be a suitable neon poster to mark the occasion. It’s the creepy scene from Strangers on a Train where Guy Haines (Farley Granger) is being stalked by Robert Walker’s murderous Bruno.
At a tennis match the crowd watch the ball play back and forth while Bruno remains motionless, staring menacingly across the court at Guy.
A classic Hitchcock moment - can you spot him in the crowd?

It’s the Wimbledon finals this weekend, so I thought this would be a suitable neon poster to mark the occasion. It’s the creepy scene from Strangers on a Train where Guy Haines (Farley Granger) is being stalked by Robert Walker’s murderous Bruno.

At a tennis match the crowd watch the ball play back and forth while Bruno remains motionless, staring menacingly across the court at Guy.

A classic Hitchcock moment - can you spot him in the crowd?

Jaws was released 36 years ago today and I still won’t get back in the water.
For this design, I initially tried animating the classic Jaws poster with the swimmer and shark. Unfortunately it looked like the girl was swimming on the spot and the shark was chewing gum - not very menacing!
Instead, I’ve gone for a pair of shapely female legs treading water - it evokes a sleazy strip-club neon sign but with added danger. Also, the ripples are a neat link to the previous Spielberg neon poster, Jurassic Park. 

Jaws was released 36 years ago today and I still won’t get back in the water.

For this design, I initially tried animating the classic Jaws poster with the swimmer and shark. Unfortunately it looked like the girl was swimming on the spot and the shark was chewing gum - not very menacing!

Instead, I’ve gone for a pair of shapely female legs treading water - it evokes a sleazy strip-club neon sign but with added danger. Also, the ripples are a neat link to the previous Spielberg neon poster, Jurassic Park. 

A neon poster for Jurassic Park - you’ll have to provide your own sound effects.
It would’ve been fun to animate a neon T-rex for this poster, but Spielberg does such a great job of building up the tension before he’s revealed - the classic cup scene seemed like a more appropriate image.
Besides, for The Lost World poster I get to animate 2 T-rexes pulling a man apart. Cool! 

A neon poster for Jurassic Park - you’ll have to provide your own sound effects.

It would’ve been fun to animate a neon T-rex for this poster, but Spielberg does such a great job of building up the tension before he’s revealed - the classic cup scene seemed like a more appropriate image.

Besides, for The Lost World poster I get to animate 2 T-rexes pulling a man apart. Cool!