Common opinion holds that hanging movie posters was only cool in college, which sucks, because: 1) some of them have some truly cool art, and 2) Nights in Rodanthe hadn't even come out yet. For highly original classed-up movie posters you can be proud of, check out the art of Adam Juresko. Working out of Richmond, which is basically Virginia's Hollywood, Juresko reimagines and classes-up movie posters with the digital manipulation skills and artful eye he learned while creating fliers for punk shows, meaning at the very least, he knows when things Clash. Highlights include: Memento This labyrinthine joint's got the film's title spelled out amongst multi-colored prints of Guy's more memorable tats, like "find him and kill him", meaning before he blacked out, he must've seen a Carrot Top show or something. Psycho A black and white photo of the Bates Motel is subtly superimposed over the iconic '60s image of a naked Janet Leigh screaming, which coincidentally, is exactly what you'd do if you saw Janet Leigh naked in her 60s. Batman The original Bat's given appropriately campy treatment, with Penguin, The Joker, and Robin popping out from all angles next to onomatopoeia-ic speech bubbles like "BLLAFF", which is presumably a cross between a barf and a laugh, or, what you'd do if you saw Janet Leigh naked in her 60s. Juresko's constantly cranking out new designs, and the current back-stock's full of everything from artsy modern blockbusters (Inception, Black Swan), to older cult classics like A Clockwork Orange, and Sid and Nancy, who thought they had a passionate romance until seeing just how wild Richard and Diane could get whilst fixing up a North Carolinian bed and breakfast!