I wasn’t able to make a snowboarding trip this year, which was especially disappointing with a brother living in Colorado! But until the pandemic ends I figure I can get my fix through these Adam Haynes illustrations – I don’t think anyone else better captures that giddy, slightly insane feeling of anticipation the moment before … More Snowboarding Art by Adam Haynes
I’m a little late to the party, but I finally finished watching Game of Thrones a few weeks ago and for days afterward found myself combing through the substantial art collection I’ve amassed over the years and admiring the incredible designs and illustrations inspired by the books and TV series. I figured that other people … More The Art of Game of Thrones
October was a busy month so unfortunately I didn’t have much time to join the annual Inktober drawing challenge. But I thought I had to post at least ONE, so tonight I buckled down and created the little guy you see below. Although I finished a few minutes after midnight, it’s still Inktober on the … More Happy Halloween!
It’s SPOOKY SEASON everybody, so I figured I’d spread a little Halloween cheer by updating this blog (for once) with a few scary movie posters. Although someday I’d like to post an entry full of my own work, that’s not happening anytime soon with my schedule/crippling procrastination. So until then I’m happy to share works … More 31 Horror Film Posters
Happy Star Wars Day everyone! You can knock the prequels all you want, but Darth Maul is the coolest character in the whole franchise. Had to draw him today. #MayThe4thBeWithYou
I loved Jeff VanderMeer’s Southern Reach books and decided to commemorate the release of Annihilation with a tribute poster. The story follows a team of scientists exploring a strange, foreboding wilderness that previous expeditions never returned from – a great blend of sci-fi, horror, and mystery. The film differs from the book (and doesn’t spoil … More Annihilation Film Poster
Via Faith Is Torment: “This ongoing project entitled Lux Noctis by Chicago-based photographer Reuben Wu ‘depicts landscapes within the framework of traditional landscape photography but influenced by ideas of planetary exploration, 19th-century sublime romantic painting, and science fiction.’ Wu imagined these scenes as the familiar transformed into undiscovered landscapes to renew perceptions of our world.” Each … More Lux Noctis II by Reuben Wu
Ellen Ripley of the Alien franchise – greatest movie heroine of all time? I drew this for fun, celebrating the release of Alien: Covenant. Alternate color scheme:
Well that does it – it’s been real October. I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing these little drawings all month, and happy Halloween!