I grew up reading the book 'Where the Wild Things are' by Maurice Sendak, so the fact that Spike Jonze is making a movie of the book makes me and, I assume, other WTWTA readers very happy.
In honor of the upcoming movie and the classic book, here is a collection of 12 'Where the Wild Things are' creations, from monstrous movie posters to film featurettes.
Implications - One of the most effective ways companies can increase revenue is by making a direct appeal to two divergent target demographics. One of the best ways to do this is by reviving a dormant children's franchise from the past, which appeals to an older demographic that remembers it from their childhood, as well as children who are in the target demographic of the current product.
From Monstrous Street Art to Scary Skateboards
Director-Created Fan Sites
'Where the Wild Things Are' Gets WeLoveYouSo.com
Spike Jonze and Maurice Sendak Take Viewers Behind 'Where the Wild Things Are'
Monstrous Movie Posters
Get Pumped for 'Where the Wild Things Are' With These Promos
Wild Wilderness Editorials
Kwannam Chu Takes Inspiration from 'Where the Wild Things Are'
Monster Movie Decks
"Where the Wild Things Are" Skateboards Let You Roll in Style
Street Art of Kids Classics
"Where the Wild Things Are" Gets a Pure Evil Graffiti Touch
From Childish Sketches to Hollywood
'Where The Wild Things Are' Movie Gears Up For Cult Success
Bold Picture Book Fashion
'Where the Wild Things Are' in Vogue
Movie-Inspired Retail Displays
'Where The Wild Things Are' Pop-Up Shop Welcomes You Into the Wild
‘Where the Wild Things Are' Bento Box Celebrates the Children's
Christian Joy Creates Suits Based on ‘Where the Wild Things Are̵
Movie Monster Costumes
Super Cute 'Where the Wild Things Are' Outfits for Halloween