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BRUTAL Posters unveil competition winner & poster design!

Back on October 4th the folks over at BRUTAL Posters launched a competition for 1 lucky winner to nab a film poster, album or book cover, designed exclusively by BP, for their independent project.

After a huge influx of entries it was David Axe and Christopher Bickel’s retro horror gorefest THE THETA GIRL picked to get the BRUTAL treatment, and they’ve today released their creation onto the interwebhighway! Check it out below.

Having created stunning artwork for films such as Burn and #FromJennifer, and film fests like Terror at the Tramshed, their star is rising on the independent scene. They’ve only been around a short time but a quickly-growing fanbase on Twitter and an eager queue forming for their uniquely-created work (which they price completely dependent on a project’s budget, in order to provide affordable, top quality design for indie artists who may not have a great deal of money) has meant they’re very much in demand.

We love the new poster! Let us know what you think in the comments.

Email BRUTAL Posters at and give them a follow on Twitter right HERE.

2 Responses to BRUTAL Posters unveil competition winner & poster design!

  • Looks amazing…wish I had done it!

    • Thanks a lot, Scott! We’re so happy you like it! 🙂

      If you need a design for your project please email us or get in touch on Twitter – we try our best to fit around any budget, so I’m sure we can work something out.

      Thanks again!


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