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It's good to see Skull Island finally do a bit of publicity - they've really neglected their tourism industry over the years. Likewise, the hidden treasure that is Overlook Hotel: so good, you'll never leave.

South African design studio Muti have created these fantastic retro-styled travel posters for the fictional locations found in the classic movies King Kong, The Shining, Avatar and Lord of the Rings as part of a promotion for leading cinema chain Ster-Kinekor.

It's a good start, but we'd love to see Isla Nublar, Gotham City and Mordor given the treatment: the latter seriously needs a bit of good PR.

[via DesignTaxi]

Images: Studio Muti

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