Yesterday, Film at Lincoln Center unveiled the poster for the 58th New York Film Festival (September 17-October 11, 2020). And it is created via none rather than filmmaker, artist, and “Pope of Trash,” John Waters.

The New York Film Festival writes: The “poster is each a fond tribute and witty parody of the ancient competition, poking a laugh at the long-held stereotypes, legitimate evaluations, and presumed pomp and circumstance of the annual Lincoln Center tournament. The idea used to be advanced prior to the present well being disaster, in collaboration with and impressed via Globe Poster, the mythical press of Waters’s fatherland. Founded in 1929 in Baltimore, Maryland, Globe Poster delivered crowd pleasing posters to advertise live shows, drag races, circuses, carnivals, and extra. Fluorescent colours, daring wooden sort, and lettering that shook and shimmied outlined Globe’s iconic taste, attracting shoppers from James Brown and Marvin Gaye to Tina Turner and the Beach Boys.”

For a little snort, find out about the poster intently above. And then head to the Relateds underneath for extra.

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