Men, Women & Children film poster

This was a pleasant surprise on Twitter yesterday: the new poster for Jason Reitman’s forthcoming film, Men, Women & Children, which looks at the impact of social media on young relationships

This was a pleasant surprise on Twitter yesterday: the new poster for Jason Reitman’s forthcoming film, Men, Women & Children, which looks at the impact of social media on young relationships…

Composed of a series of portraits of modern day folk doing what modern day folk do so much these days, the poster (below) is immediately eye-catching for being entirely illustrated aside from the type (close up, you can even see the texture of the paper the illustrations were made on).

Resembling the cover of a graphic novel, it features the main cast members – Ansel Elgort and Kaitlyn Dever in a green T-shirted embrace – while a bearded Adam Sandler (on left) and Jennifer Garner (right) engage in continuing smartphone studies.

The poster is by agency BLT Communications in Hollywood – though an illustrator’s name has not been forthcoming, the studio preferring to credit the work more generally to the team of people involved.

Still, a lovely piece of drawn work for a film where the digital world is firmly at the centre of things.

More on the film at menwomenchildrenmovie.com.

The trailer for the film is here:

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