Thursday, 29 April 2010

More Lost fan creativity

So the Lost creative fan train continues, this time one viewer is creating a movie like poster for every episode of the six season run, so far there is one for the first four seasons.Each poster shows an important moment and quote from the episode. This extensive challenge by gideonslife can be seen at Flickr and should be checked out not just for the size of this project but for the brilliance of the collection, I have attempted to pick out my favourites (which was hard and I'm not sure if I've done the pictures justice), one from each of the four seasons that has been covered so far:

Season 1: White Rabbit

White Rabbit by gideonslife.

Season 2: Abandoned

Abandoned by gideonslife.

Season 3: Par Avion

Par Avion by gideonslife.

Season 4: The Shape of Things to Come

The Shape of Things to Come by gideonslife.

I'm looking forward to what is in store for the posters for seasons 5 and 6 and in a Lostless week I have really enjoyed looking through these posters.
I know there was the Lost art project that occurred before season 6 begun but it would be really great if there was a way to preserve and present all the work that fans are making to celebrate this final season of Lost. As this blog can testify there is a lot of cool stuff that is being done regarding Lost and I appreciate that the internet already can distribute these images to many and to preserve them, it would be super though if they could become something tangible that could be held.
I am a sucker for this, I would rather buy a CD or a DVD than download it, or buy a magazine than read the articles online, or buy a book than have a Kindle, am I the only one, or are there others that would like to see a Lost fan art book/collection happen?    


  1. Thanks for posting my work, I appreciate it!

  2. I'd love to see a best-of collection on print!

    I had my own take as a teaser for the Spanish premiere of season 6. If you're curious it's here, and if you're not, sorry for the spam! ;D

  3. That's pretty cool, wish there was a way to get around copyright infringements and make this happen.