The release of Gareth Edwards' Godzilla this week is easily one of the most anticipated 3D movies (opens in new tab) to come out in recent months. The film has gained huge critical acclaim with many movie fans booking advanced tickets in anticipation. To celebrate the movie hitting cinemas, these designers have crafted their very own tributes to the biggest reptile out there. Take a look at the range of poster and product designs featuring the monster himself.
01. Jam Factory (opens in new tab)
Bristol based designer Gavin Strange - aka Jam Factory - rustled up this brilliant logo design for Godzilla. Using clever silhouette techniques against a bold coloured canvas, the design perfectly captures the more traditional aspects of Godzilla's heritage.
02. Raid71 (opens in new tab)
Chris Thornley - aka Raid71 - is one of our favourite creatives out there. Producing the ever popular London Space Invaders poster (opens in new tab), he's done it again with this brilliant tribute to Godzilla. Using his token illustrative style, it's certainly one we'd want hanging from our wall.
03. Andy Hau (opens in new tab)
"Inspired by the architecture of New York, the neon colours of Toyko and the vintage Japanese posters for Godzilla, I created a poster that celebrates the exuburance of the original films," explains designer Andy Hau. We love the playful, almost game-like feel to this one.
04. Rukkit Kuanhawate (opens in new tab)
Illustrator Rukkit Kuanhawate loves to work with bold, bright and blocked colours. This incredible Godzilla tribute was designed for a very special exhibition and effortlessly transitions to the scarf for a gorgeous Godzilla product design. This is a fashion accessory we'd definitely have to rock!
05. Thomas Walker (opens in new tab)
We can't take our eyes off this clever and incredibly intricate poster design from Thomas Walker. Beautifully incorporating the Godzilla title typography with the architecture is an impressive feat and one that makes this a wonderful poster tribute.
Have you created a design tribute to Godzilla? Let us know in the comments box below!