Dream poster?

Don’t Panic – distributors of flyers and posters and other promotional ephemera – are running a poster competition with Warner Brothers to help promote the release of Michel Gondry’s new film The Science of Sleep. The above poster, by Stephen Chan, and those shown below, are just a few of the entries so far, all of which can be viewed on the Don’t Panic website and voted for by the great unwashed. The top twenty designs will be exhibited at The Curzon Cinema in London’s Soho and all entrants will have the chance to watch the film at an exclusive pre-release viewing. 80,000 copies of the winning poster design will be printed and distributed in Don’t Panic packs across the country. There’s still time to enter…

Science of Sleep poster by Stephen Chan

Don’t Panic – distributors of flyers and posters and other promotional ephemera – are running a poster competition with Warner Brothers to help promote the release of Michel Gondry‘s new film The Science of Sleep. The above poster, by Stephen Chan, and those shown below, are just a few of the entries so far, all of which can be viewed on the Don’t Panic website and voted for by the great unwashed. The top twenty designs will be exhibited at The Curzon Cinema in London’s Soho and all entrants will have the chance to watch the film at an exclusive pre-release viewing. 80,000 copies of the winning poster design will be printed and distributed in Don’t Panic packs across the country. There’s still time to enter…

Science of Sleep poster by Martin Harrison
Photographic entry by Martin Harrison

Science of Sleep poster by madeforyou
Entry by madeforyou

Science of Sleep poster by hellovon
hellovon’s entry

Science of Sleep poster by Wan Rikc
Entry from Wan Rikc

Science of Sleep poster by Vee Rilee
Vee Rilee’s entry

Science of Sleep poster by loveisick
Poster by loveisick

Science of Sleep poster by Sally Garblet
Poster by Sally Garblet

science of Sleep poster by Raj and Joe
Raj and Joe’s entry

Science of Sleep poster by lux4trip
Poster by lux4trip

For full details of how to enter (hurry, there are only three days left!) – and to view / vote for all the entries so far – visit Don’t Panic’s website.

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