Criterion Collection Concept Art for the Harry Potter Films

There are numerous blogs dedicated to providing fan-created concept art for future Criterion Collection releases. Many are very impressive, but none have gotten me more excited than the collection designed by Patrick Sullivan on the Potter Criterion tumblr. If the actual Harry Potter DVD art were anything close to this beautiful and featured the special features that Criterion releases are known for, I would buy it no matter what the cost. I particularly love the designs for The Prisoner of Azkaban and The Goblet of Fire. Check them out below and let me know your thoughts in the comments!

[via i09]

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  • http://thatfellow.com Mikhael

    MY GOD. I will pray all night so Warner Bros would see this and team up with Criterion to make it all come true.

    Same with you, I’d buy it at all cost.

  • http://twitter.com/weird_dave Weird Dave

    Boy howdy am I a sucker for special edition boxed sets. I would get this in a heartbeat! Especially if it’s Blu-Ray. Wowie wow wow!

  • http://www.amateurfilmcritics.com Brandon Cooley

    None of the Harry Potter movies belong in the Criterion Collection.

  • Patrick Sullivan

    Im glad you guys like them! though of course I know Criterion would never do Harry Potter, that was the fun of it.

  • http://www.filmmisery.com Alex Carlson

    @Patrick – I’m tempted to buy whatever crappy box set Warner Bros. eventually puts out then put the discs in the cases that you designed. So fantastic.

  • http://twitter.com/weird_dave Weird Dave

    @Brandon Cooley – Since Michael Bay’s “The Rock” got a Criterion Collection release, all rules went out the window. And didn’t “Armageddon” get a Criterion as well?

  • http://www.filmmisery.com Alex Carlson

    @Weird Dave – ‘Armageddon’ definitely got a Criterion release. I’m still confused as to why…

  • http://www.angryfilmcritics.com Brandon Cooley

    I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw that two Michael Bay movies had a Criterion release. The choices they make is something that I never understood. They’ve had more than 500 releases and they haven’t released Blowup or a single Tarantino movie.

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