A Graphical Study of The Top 100 Video Game Consoles; Vampire and Zombie Films
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Ryan, a graphic designer who runs DesignDifferent, never ceases to impress. Not too long ago, I featured some of his work in my article 10 Inspiring Minimalist Quotations Posters You Should Hang At Home 10 Inspiring Minimalist Quotations Posters You Should Hang At Home 10 Inspiring Minimalist Quotations Posters You Should Hang At Home Thomas Edison once said, "Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration." Although fundamental, it's something most people forget -- persistance and unrelenting hard work pays off. In today's "shortcut, fast-track" world, it's important to always... Read More (which you should definitely check out, by the way). Recently, he designed 3 detailed posters of the top 100 popular video game consoles, vampire and zombie films; arranged in chronological order on a circular calendar.

These posters are available for purchase from Ryan’s online store and measure 12.5×17 inches, printed on Archival matte paper. And it just so happens to fit in IKEA RIBBA frames, so you can proudly hang them at home.

What can you tell by looking at these posters?

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  1. Chuck P
    July 21, 2013 at 12:42 pm

    Couple of things. On the Zombie poster there are a couple mistake. Last Man on Earth is a Vampire film. 28 Days later on it.

    People it not a zombie film.

    A zombie is an undead creature, with that, it ( the undead person) was bitten, it dead, and it go back up. That is a Zombie.

    The people in 28 Days later were infected with Rage, a virus. It didn't kill them. Thus why they can ran really really fast. But mistake by a lot of people thinking they are fast moving Zombies. The Rage Virus is what make them kill. It was also passed through an opening. You didn't need to get bite. Remember the blood dropping to the father eye, and he got INFECTED!! Not Bite!!

    There is the BIG differences between 28 days and any other Zombie movies. They DIE OFF because a lack of food. Thus, giving us what....another move called "28 Weeks Later". Only because one person has a rare gene that allow them carry the Rage virus, did it break out again.

    If the people in 28 Days were truly Zombies they wouldn't have died off, they just wonder the country side or in a city mindless and decaying. That is why they were fast. NO DECAYING MUSCLE! Still breathing.

    By the way, how do you kill a Zombie? Anyone. A bullet to the head. In 28 Days, you never hear they say they. Hey kill people any way they could.

    28 Days belongs in the same series of films as "I am Legend", because there was INFECTION, people didn't die, they become vampires. We could have a new class of horror films. Infection.

    Please share this with your friends that say "Oh, I just love that zombie film 28 days later", let them know the Truth.

  2. Jumbybird
    July 18, 2013 at 9:09 pm

    Absolutely nothing.

  3. Dany Bouffard
    July 18, 2013 at 8:05 pm

    For the Vampire film on the wane you can blame Twilight, and for the zombie film on the wax you can say that Shawn of The Dead and Zombieland helped a lot.

    • Howard B
      July 18, 2013 at 10:19 pm

      Shaun of the Dead and Zombieland aren't recent; This Is the End, World War Z, Warm Bodies, and the most recent Resident Evil movie are far more recent (and the Resident Evil movies have been coming out for quite some time!).

  4. Kannon Yamada
    July 18, 2013 at 7:59 pm

    My favorite subjects! Awesome!

    I can't say I've noticed anything outside what we might expect. It seems that zombie films have been on the wax and vampire films on the wane. And there's fewer video game consoles coming out.

    What have you noticed?

    • Jackson Chung
      July 19, 2013 at 5:53 am

      Thanks, Kannon!

      I don't know if I'm just imagining this but I think I noticed most video game consoles were released before Christmas, and vampire movies before Halloween.

      • Kannon Yamada
        July 19, 2013 at 6:32 pm

        Hm.. You're right! :-D

        Did you notice that zombie films released just before Halloween - AND around Spring... The only major holiday around then is Easter... ??? Spring Break perhaps?