The posters are artistic concepts of movies, video games or other cultural products that serve, in part, to advertise the thing that is advertised, but also has an undeniable creative component that makes us admire its composition when they are well created. While some bet on simplicity, as in the posters of the Monster Hunter movie, others opt for greater choral complexity of characters, as can be seen in this poster of The Last of Us: Part II. Others, like the ones we bring today, take their inspiration from well-known Hollywood movies
Under these lines you can enjoy the work you share @UMAI_ONIKU_TARO on Twitter and that we love for filling each poster with action and salient scenes of it, making the information not focus on a single image, but that the art is complemented with information more typical of a triptych. But this format, far from dirtying the central and primary image
– コ ン ビ ー フ 太郎 (@UMAI_ONIKU_TARO) February 11, 2020
Obviously this style it will not be to everyone's taste, but you have to recognize that Japanese-style posters charge a larger entity that is not based solely on realism and they try to complement the really interesting photographically speaking, with the really necessary, informatively speaking. What do you think about this type of poster, better or worse than usual Hollywood?