The Big Domain taps into the recognizable styles of film directors for a series of cinematic travel posters that are meant to inspire, entertain and promote wanderlust in the consumer. The project interprets what big names like Wes Anderson, Sofia Coppola and Christopher Nolan would envision for a cinematic travel ad.
Naturally, the format of the illustrations is that of a traditional movie poster. The Big Domain ties the locations of travel to the famed directors' cinematographic masterpieces. For example, Tim Burton's edgy and dark style is made to draw the audience to the village of Portholland in Cornwall, UK — a location that is the site for Tim's 2016 film 'Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children.'