Interstellar Fan Posters Paint Colorful Visions Of Christopher Nolan’s SF Epic

By David Wharton | 7 years ago

It’s safe to say that we’re just the teeniest bit excited about Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. In fact, it would be so safe to say that, you could instead say, “We’re so excited about Interstellar we’re building a time machine just so we can get in line for it a year ago.” At this point we’re only a little under two months away from Interstellar’s November release date, but in our professional opinion, that is TOO. DAMN. LONG. And honestly, these Interstellar fan posters are not helping. But they are gorgeous. (My favorite is up top, courtesy of artist John Aslarona.)

This barrage of Interstellar creativity is part of’s “Poster Posse,” a regular feature where the site enlists its readership’s talents for visual design. The results are always diverse and colorful, frequently serving up poster art that’s as impressive, if not more so, than the actual promotional materials from Hollywood. For instance, I love that this one puts a surreal twist on the overused poster trope of “a field of giant heads.” (We’re including links to the artists below each image.)


Simon Delart

Unsurprisingly, many of the submissions make use of one of the Interstellar trailers’ most striking visuals: a rocket powering into the sky above a field of wheat.


Orlando Arocena


Richard Davies


Benjamin Mcleod


Daniel Nash

This one pares those two elements down to a stark, minimalist form.



You can head over to Blurppy to see more of the posters. Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar rockets into theaters on November 7, starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, and Michael Caine.


The Dark Inker


Andy Fairhurst


Kaz Oomori


Ben Whitesell