A couple months ago, Cinematical posted this stunning movie poster for Michael Haneke's American remake of his own film, Funny Games. I've never seen the original and probably won't watch the remake either (here's the trailer; never mind the violence and 'terror', Michael Pitt's mouth is reason enough for me not to watch a film), but I really enjoy poster art and it always makes me a bit sad when movie bosses decide to go for a far less-interesting poster just because it'll pull the punters in.
I did a bit of a search for the designer who made the first poster, but I couldn't come up with any names. It's an absolutely stunning poster, with that photorealistic image of Naomi Watts and simple font - I sincerely hope that they'll at least use it for a fancy DVD release because it's too good to waste. If the IMDb-message board discussions are anything to go by, the whole promotional campaign is a case of mis-marketing; it'll be a very grim film and the second poster and trailer look like they'd be better suited for another Michael Pitt-film, Murder by Numbers.