Film posters are rubbish. That wasn't always the case, but somewhere along the way the wrong people took over and film posters went from something you'd want in a frame on your wall to something that isn't even palatable outside a cinema. Tyler Stout, an illustrator from Washington, may turn out to be our saviour. Go to his site and you'll see his excellent music and skateboard art – but it's his incredible film work that is really helping him make a name for himself.
Vice: Have you spent all your life watching films?
Tyler Stout: I've spent a good portion of my life watching films. College was no exception. Even in high school me and my friend would rent ten movies for ten bucks and watch them all in one sitting; that was our idea of an awesome weekend. Needless to say I didn't have a girlfriend until I was well into my 20s.
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