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Los Siete Pecados Capitales (1995) - David Fincher                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

Durante el 2016 Majarich se dedicó a desmenuzar los elementos clave de clásicos del cine para rediseñar desde la tipografía hasta la imagen de sus posters.

This picture represents the identity crisis the narrator has. The blurry image between Edward Norton and Brad Pitt symbolizes realization that Tyler Durden is actually the narrator. #rothzroom

Los secretos de «El Club de la Lucha»

Increíbles revelaciones sobre esta película de culto, a la espera de la publicación de una secuela en formato cómic

Fight Club (1999) | Cinematography by Jeff Cronenweth | Directed by David Fincher | Starring: Edward Norton, Brad Pitt, Helena Bonham Carter

Fight Club (1999) | Cinematography by Jeff Cronenweth | Directed by David Fincher | Starring: Edward Norton, Brad Pitt, Helena Bonham Carter

"El club de la pelea". El que no la vio, ni se imagina que se trata de un piromaníaco con insomnio que tiene alucinaciones. Excelente!!!

"El club de la pelea". El que no la vio, ni se imagina que se trata de un piromaníaco con insomnio que tiene alucinaciones. Excelente!!!

David Fincher takes his style and uses it to enhance the story being told in his films in such a way that you can't tell what's better the style, or the substance.

David Fincher takes his style and uses it to enhance the story being told in his films in such a way that you can't tell what's better the style, or the substance.

Gone Girl Film Poster This is an original poster designed by me, the artist. Digitally printed on 80lb matte card stock. 11x17 inches. Frame NOT

Gone Girl Film Poster This is an original poster designed by me, the artist. Digitally printed on 80lb matte card stock. 11x17 inches. Frame NOT

Gone Girl: "What are you thinking? How are you feeling? What have we done to each other? What will we do?"

Gone Girl: "What are you thinking? How are you feeling? What have we done to each other? What will we do?"

Brad Pitt, Edward Norton, and director David Fincher on the set of the Oscar-nominated "Fight Club" (1999). If you were to screen a double feature of Fincher films, which two would you pick?

Brad Pitt, Edward Norton, and director David Fincher on the set of the Oscar-nominated "Fight Club" (1999). If you were to screen a double feature of Fincher films, which two would you pick?

I'm a big fan of Criterion's film choices and their elegant cover designs. Here is David Fincher's "Zodiac": understated, unnerving.

I'm a big fan of Criterion's film choices and their elegant cover designs. Here is David Fincher's "Zodiac": understated, unnerving.