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David Downton (1959) is arguably the most popular and recognised fashion illustrator working today with work appearing regularly in magazines such as Vogue and Harpers Bazaar. He also works extensively with commercial clients including Chanel, Dior, Tiffany’s, Harrods, Topshop and Bloomingdales. His deceptively effortless and beautifully stylised fashion portraits featuring (among many others) models Catherine Deneuve, Carmen […]
Illustration Friday’s theme of Whiskers led me down the path of Catwoman, and specifically Michelle Pfeiffer’s version of Catwoman from Tim Burton’s Batman Returns. After all the different Batman movies including Christopher Nolan’s excellent trilogy, Batman Returns remains my favourite (I could even say that Michael Keaton is my prefered Batman) with its festively dark atmosphere, […]
After losing the entire crew of the Nostromo on LV-426, nobody was going to convince Ellen Ripley to return. Corporate lackey, Carter Burke manipulates her into facing the Alien for a second time in this scene from James Cameron’s 80′s classic, Aliens. This week’s Illustration Friday submission.
I’ve been trying to get my hands on one of IDW’s coveted Artist’s Editions ever since the series started with The Rocketeer by Dave Stevens (one of my all-time favourite comic book artists) and I’m still looking for a copy. But given the highly limited print run of only 300 copies, it demands a hefty […]
“Long before Willis O’Brien, myself, and Steven Spielberg, Charles R. Knight put flesh on creatures that no human had ever seen.” – Ray Harryhausen – Film Director; One Million Years B.C. Released this March from Abrams is the biography of esteemed wildlife artist Charles R. Knight (1874-1953). Written by award-winning author Richard Milner (also editor […]
I’ve always found that the smart, bookish or dare I say it geeky characters in comics and films are generally the type I relate to the most. I think I must have been all of those things at school (and probably why i’ve chosen to be an illustrator in adult life, a profession where you […]
This week’s Illustration Friday theme of Forward comes courtesy of Rocky Balboa.
John Huston’s Classic Key Largo gets an Alternative Movie Poster Illustration by Christopher King. I’m a big fan of John Huston’s noir classic Key Largo so it was an easy choice to start the new year with this poster illustration. This was inked by hand with brush and pen, mostly as separate parts and brought together […]
Given the topic of ‘Grounded’ by Illustration Friday this week, the best my primitive intellect could come up with was Star Trek IV, in which Kirk, Spock and the crew are grounded in 1986, where they are forced to locate the ‘nuclear wessells’ in order to power their voyage home while also saving the whales.
A very quick pen and ink sketch as my submission to Illustration Friday this week. This time depicting a scene from Silent Running.
Gigposters.com, created by Clay Hayes in 2001, is a living document on the modern rock poster movement and the ‘go to’ resource for music poster art featuring over 130,000 examples by 10,000 artists and designers from around the world. The first volume of Gig Posters (released in 2009) from Quirk Books was an outstanding collection of exciting […]
It’s back! It’s Alive! It’s the return of the Halloween competition!!! The rules are simple… Name all five of the classic horror movies as drawn here by myself and you could win a free print of your choice from my Society 6 shop!* Place your entry in the comments section below. Only one entry per […]
The epic crime thriller HEAT directed by Michael Mann and starring Al Pacino, Robert De Niro and Val Kilmer, easily tops my list of all time great movies and a poster design from me has been a long time coming. There’s were a few false starts with this one, with some abandoned concepts and wasted ink in […]