The Indiana Jones series was totally boss, and these Eric Tan 'Indiana Jones' posters remind people just how boss Harrison Ford was by illustrating iconic images from the original trilogy in vectorized cartoon form. Eric Tan also captures the 1930s feel of the films by making his posters retain that faded paper look that was also present in the original Indiana Jones movie posters. In other words, this man knows how to make badass art.
Perhaps the funniest part about these Eric Tan Indiana Jones posters is the fact that Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, widely regarded as a misstep in the series, is mysteriously left out of the collection of film illustrations.
Implications - Consumers enjoy revisiting old films because it provides them with nostalgia, which in turn induces euphoric sensations. Corporations looking for new design gimmicks to entice consumer business may consider using nostalgic imagery in their wares.
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