(Left) The last detail to be added is the movie’s title. She usually paints it somewhere in the middle and the bottom of the poster where it’s most visible to people passing in front of the cinema. (Top Right) Axiotis studied interior design architecture, however “I have been painting ever since I was a little child,” she says. She later studied at the Fine Arts department of the University in Athens under the tutorship of the great Greek painter Yiannis Psychopaidis. (Bottom Right) Axiotis first lays down the white papers and paints them with the main colors, so there won’t be any white spots. The main colors for the Star Wars poster are black and blue. She leaves the paint to dry, sometimes overnight, before hanging the poster on the wall.