Comic Village just became even bigger… Meet the creative geniuses who collaborate with huge brands and movies to create stunning poster artwork. The Poster Posse will hosting free interactive panels as well as displaying & selling signed and licensed prints.

The Poster Posse is a passionate collective of artists from all corners of the globe. Together, they deliver art that resonates with the masses, to get people talking, sharing, and craving more.

Their uniqueness, paired with a serious fan following of our own, enhances marketing and social media campaigns for film studios and beyond. They constantly strive to create highly desirable art, producing limited edition, collectable fine art prints, key art and everything in between. 


Andrew Swainson

  Who/what are your biggest influences?
I take a lot of influence from classic film posters all the way from the 1920s though to today but generally the people who made me want to choose a career in art and design in the first place – the English designers Vaughan Oliver and Peter Saville. Though, apart perhaps from some aspects of the typography I use, very little of their influence is apparent in the work I’ve done for Poster Posse projects

Luke Butland

What does being a part of the PP mean to you?
Being part of the PP to me, means being part of a community of like minded individuals.
It’s a place to try and test out new directions within your work and generally bounce ideas around and grow as an illustrator.


Doaly is a UK based graphic designer / digital Illustrator with a passion for storytelling. His work is characterized by the very subject matter he is dealing with and creating a sympathetic aesthetic treatment to capture the essence of the piece.

Andy Fairhurst

What has been your favorite PP or client project so far?
My favourite Client has been Disney. Disney has always been magical to me ever since I can remember and to get the chance to work on 6 pieces for Disney ( in collaboration with Regal Cinemas ) was a dream come true. It’s been over a year since I finished the last one for them and I still have to pinch myself.

Sam Gilbey

Who/what are your biggest influences?
Growing up it was John-Romita Senior for his stunning Spider-man drawings and also the prolific and inspiring British artist David Hockney. Now it’s everything and everyone because there’s so much good stuff to discover all day long. The trick is to not let it get you down and keep on working your own path, but sometimes that’s easier said than done!

Rich Davies

What has been your favorite PP project so far?

Without a doubt, working on the Star Wars: The Force Awakens project was a dream come true. Growing up in the 1980s, Star Wars was a major part of my childhood (and adulthood) so the opportunity to actually work on promotional artwork for the new Star Wars film was too good an opportunity to miss. To take such a well known franchise and put your spin on it is something all commercial artists aspire to.

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