Showing posts with label artwork. Show all posts
Showing posts with label artwork. Show all posts

Saturday, December 23, 2017

Thank you Carrie: 13 Moving Tributes to Our Princess Leia

Princess Leia Carrie Fisher Artwork Tributes
Carrie Fisher didn't expect to become famous, let alone the icon of a major franchise. 

Daughter to actress Debbie Reynolds and singer Eddie Fisher, she started studying the arts as a young adult, and then sort of fell into showbusiness by taking one small job and then landing the role of a lifetime. In 1977, Princess Leia in George Lucas's A New Hope became a beacon for what would become generations of fans. Her character's intelligence, tenacity and resilient attitude set herself among the best and most beloved heroines in film history.

After being absent from the big screen for nearly thirty years, the fandom never thought Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, and Princess Leia would ever return. When Disney rebooted the franchise in 2015 with The Force Awakens, one of the greatest most anticipating moments was to see the original characters come back. Leia returned as a sophisticated General still fighting the good fight against evil. Though Fisher unexpectedly passed away in December 2016, a year before the eighth film and most recent installment The Last Jedi hit theaters, her character and performance became a sudden a goodbye that has meant the world to so many fans, including myself.

The legacy she leaves behind both on and off the screen is unforgettable. Now that the eighth movie has hit theaters, I thought now would be the best time to send out a simple Thank You to Carrie and our Princess Leia with thirteen moving tributes celebrating her humor, confidence, bravery, spontaneity, vulnerability, and pure bad-assery. May the Force Be With You.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Wonderful Artwork Celebrating Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman Artwork Gallery
The Wonder Woman movie is on its way. And if you haven't seen the trailer, but I know you have, right? RIGHT?! It's sparked bold, beautiful and kick-ass artwork across the web. Warner Bros Studios created a beautiful collection of submissions from all over the world. I like to do the same thing around here, so let's celebrate the new release with amazing fan art collected from talented and creative artists. All credit is given to their owners. Click on any image or the link underneath to see more work by the original creators. Like what you see? Feel free to share in the comments. Hope you enjoy!

Monday, May 15, 2017

New Poster for Darren Aronofsky's Mother is Bloody Disturbing

Director Darren Aronofsky dropped the first poster for his upcoming movie Mother, and it isn't for the faint of heart. Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem star as "a couple whose relationship is tested when invited guests arrive at their home, disrupting their tranquil existence". The film also stars Domnhall Gleeson, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Ed Harris.

Aronofsky tweeted the gruesome, ethereal poster created by visual artist James Jean on Mother's Day. It doesn't hold back on the macabre, to say the least. Here it is in full:
Jennifer Lawrence Mother poster
Photo Credit: James Jean / Paramount Pictures
Aronofsky is not one to skimp out on symbolism or metaphors. With psychological horrors like Pi, Requiem for Dream and Black Swan under his belt, this is the exact kind of gorgeous disturbance we can expect.

Jennifer Lawrence's character offers a vacantly hopeful expression while ripping her heart out. Subtle details in the background offer a few twists such as a doorknob, a ghostly image of a man, an odd square shape in the bottom corner, a mound of gold placed on a flower's pistil, and a frog looking onwards. She is centered in a jungle (perhaps the house where the couple's tranquil existence is disturbed), which includes a salivating man-eating plant.

In Interview Magazine, a cover story with Michelle Pfeiffer by Aronofsky hinted that the script is esoteric. If we expected anything less, it'd be a major surprise.

Besides the poster and summary, not much is known about Mother. It comes late on the heels of Aronofsky's last film Noah, an ambitious Biblical retelling which left most critics lukewarm. Those close to the upcoming project have said the director makes a solid return to cerebral horror similar to Black Swan, which garnered Natalie Portman her first Academy Award win for Best Actress. The promising thriller is set for an October release just in time for award consideration.

What do you guys think of the new poster? Creepy or gorgeous?

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Enchanting Beauty and the Beast Live-Action Artwork

Disney's new live-action remake Beauty and the Beast starring Emma Watson is right around the corner. I can't wait to see what Disney has in store re-imagining one of its most popular animated classics (and my favorite princess).

The new take on the heroine's adventure to break a powerful spell promises to be a grand fairytale and is inspiring artists all over the world. Below is a collection of artwork inspired of the re-imagining with credit given to their creators. Be sure to click on the link below the images to see more amazing work. Are you excited for Beauty and the Beast? Feel free to share below. Hope you enjoy!

Friday, February 24, 2017

2017 Artwork Celebrating Oscar Best Picture Nominees

The Oscars are right around the corner. Arrival, Fences, Hacksaw Ridge, Hell or High Water, Hidden Figures, La La Land, Lion, Manchester by the Sea, and Moonlight are the latest cycle of films to be nominated for Best Picture. Only one nominee will go home with gold, but they've all generated inspiration for movie goers and artists. In celebration of coveting the big prize, here's another collection of artwork from around the web by very talented artists. Hope you enjoy!

Arrival movie poster by Yu Sang

Fences artwork by Kate Copeland








Saturday, October 1, 2016

Stranger Things Artwork

Stranger Things Artwork
Happy October! It's so exciting that Halloween is just around the corner. What better way to kick off this spooktacular month than with artwork from the hit series Stranger Things. Inspired by the nostalgic eighties and eclectic characters of Hawkins, Indiana, this collection of artwork hails from every corner of the web, especially the upside-down. Hope you enjoy!

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Celebration of Marvel's Peggy Carter and Steve Rogers


I love Peggy Carter and Steve Rogers. They might be one of, if not, my biggest OTP. With Captain American: Civil War coming soon, there's no way we can't celebrate this amazing realtionship. It's too complex and touching for words.

From gifs to illustrations, here is some incredibly heartfelt artwork of the life they shared in the films (and could've shared beyond them). Hope you enjoy and that I don't break your feels!

Friday, April 8, 2016

Good Ol' Patriotic Artwork of Marvel's Captain America

Captain America artwork collection
Courageous, diplomatic, and a team leader, Captain America is one of the best superheroes around. It's just as well that he would garner amazing artwork from around the web from artists and fans around the world. I browsed as much of the internet as possible searching for creative interpretations of Marvel's hero. Here is some incredibly patriotic artwork of the freedom fighter Steve Rogers in all his good ol' USA glory. Hope you enjoy!







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Friday, February 26, 2016

2016 Oscars Best Picture Nominated Posters

2016 Best Picture Oscar Movie Posters
It's that time of year again for the Academy of Motion Pictures and Sciences to award one of eight nominated films for Best Picture: The Big Short, Bridge of Spies, Brooklyn, Mad Max: Fury Road, The Martian, The Revenant, Room, Spotlight. The header above was inspired by the official theme of the ceremony this year: dreaming in gold. In continuing another collection of artwork from around the web, here's a selection of posters nominated for the coveted Best Picture.

Sunday, January 17, 2016

Extraordinary Artwork of The X-Files


Now that the episodic recaps are over, it's time to take a look at The X-Files in another way. The epic revival is just around the corner, and I thought it'd be fun to look at some of the awesome and adorable fanart out there. Here's part one of artwork with Mulder and Scully on their alien-esque adventures. Enjoy!

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Out of This World Adorable Star Wars Posters and Artwork



More than any other movie in our galaxy the Star Wars series has inspired artwork from its legions of fans. Search anywhere on the world wide web and you'll discover hundreds of thousands original posters, sketches, illustrations. In celebration of the highly-anticipated release for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, I've collected some adorable and out of this world artwork. I hope you enjoy!

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

10 Stunning Alfred Hitchcock Posters

It's not truly fall without wandering into the world of suspense. Director Alfred Hitchcock is the master of leaving audiences on the edge of their seat and attempting psychological horrors in cinema never before accomplished before. Celebrating some of his best work, here are posters from his illustrious career.

Saturday, August 29, 2015

Artwork of Summer 2015 Movies

Summer is coming to a close, and with it, a string of movies that were both hits and misses as the box office. Check out a collection of beautiful posters of the go-big-or-go-home flicks we caught at the theaters. What was your favorite artwork of the summer?

Friday, June 19, 2015

Bad-Ass Mad Max: Fury Road Alternative Posters and Artwork

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George Miller's epic Mad Max: Fury Road has taken movie goers for a wild ride, and now it's taking the art world by storm too. Countless talented designers have created so many awesome alternative posters and artwork. Picking a few for this post was difficult. Surely, my pinterest board will have dozens more added. For now, here's a collection of some bad-ass alternative posters and artwork for one of the biggest films of the summer - perhaps, the entire year. Enjoy!

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Favorite Movie Travel Posters

Summer has recently taken off, and now is the time to go on vacation, or at least of dreaming of taking time off from work and home. To induce some inspiration of home-away-from-home getaways, here are some wonderful travel posters from films like Avatar to Jaws - even if some locales aren't exactly like paradise.

Pandora travel poster by Ster Kinekor
Artwork by Ster Kinekor

Walley World travel poster
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Artwork by Magic Mushroom Paper Co.

The Birds  travel poster by Steve Thomas
Artwork by Steve Thomas

Grand Budapest Hotel  travel poster by Alex Pearson
Artwork by Alex Pearson

Vulcan travel poster by the Geekerie
Artwork by: the Geekerie

Alderaan  travel poster by Steve Thomas
Artwork by Steve Thomas

Asgard  travel poster by Steve Thomas
Artwork by Steve Thomas
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