(Top to Bottom, Left to Right)
1: An anonymous character [DRIVER] with his noticeable aviator sunglasses and blood splattered up him.
2: Following on from the idea of mystery and anonymity, not even a person, really abstract. Would need something special on the background to set the theme of the film.
3: A follow up of , instead the dot at the bottom of the ‘?’ is the bullet mentioned heavily in the film. A Bit more gore, reflects an aspect of the movie.
4: Merges  and , will satisfy LWLies’ style more, with the use of a person.
5: Or another way to demonstrate  and  but with a less obvious person, just an arm. Hammering the ‘?’ as he does in the film to someone he kills.
6: An adaptation of the opening scene that really demonstrates his mysteriousness and ability to blend away.
7: A little like the film ‘Taxi Driver’ which Nicolas Winding Refn (director of Drive) says was one of his inspirations.
8: 3 aspects in 1! The first is the mask that the Driver puts on, enforces his lack of identity, second is the clock to show the ‘5 minute window’ he gives his clients and the third possible idea is a tire going around it all as a concealer to it all.
9: Just like  but a more adventurous angle, but still recognisable as the Driver
10: I saw something like this in research, it uses road markings, a car and the car’s tyre marks to create a hammer- Genius.
11: More of a mocking, joke idea. Like an advert for a child’s toy, an Action Man-like figurine (The Driver) with a sign that says “3 Interchangeable Heads!!!” Not sure how this would work as a LWLies Cover..
Got to make sure I don’t loose sight of what I am creating. Looking at Minimal Film Posters may have thrown me off the scent of Magazine covers. Get Back On Track!