These movie posters are styled similarly to other advertisements from the 50s and 60s, with bright, flashy displays of color and dramatic scenes. Most of the artwork was drawn because of the lack of computer rendering, although some incorporate the use of photography. These works of film art usually include pictures or drawings of the main cast members performing actions or displaying expressions that indicate the mood of the film, along with their names and the title of the movie they represent. For example, the actress poster for “All the Fine Young Cannibals” clearly shows the romantic nature of the film by depicting the two main cast members involved in a dramatic kiss.
Actress artwork from this section is very popular with people who enjoy the excitement and distinct fashion of the 50s and 60s, and is also purchased by fans of Natalie Wood or one of the films she appeared in. This movie art can be used as a part of many different themes, including 50’s pop culture, romance, and fashion.