WWE Art Of PPV Posters (Part 3) : My Top 12, From Kane To Randy Orton

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WWE Art Of PPV Posters (Part 3) : My Top 12, From Kane To Randy Orton

In the third part of this series of articles*, I would like to present you my 12 favorite pay-per-view posters. In continuity with the Part One**, the slideshow will start in 1997 to end in 2009.

Since 1995, with the new In Your House filler pay-per-views, the posters creators got the occasion to experiment a lot of new things.

The creators have also learned to master a bunch of brand new graphic technologies; and, as you will discover, there has been an artistic revolution in 1997. No more generic posters and ''primitive'' designs.

Of course there have been low visual quality posters in those years, but, as you will see, many of them were great masterpieces.

* http://bleacherreport.com/articles/382395-the-art-of-wwe-pay-per-view-posters-part-1-the-early-years

** http://bleacherreport.com/articles/386887-wwe-and-the-art-of-ppv-posters-part-2-the-undertaker

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