Apparently our esteemed colleagues at Photoshop Disasters are not doing their due diligence. The Dexter art they so gleefully ripped to shreds was taken from a fansite and is in no way a painstakingly noodled, lovingly fussed over, endlessly tweaked piece of professional key art created for Showtime.
If you’re like us, the last place you ever want to see your work displayed is on Photoshop Disasters, a harsh, hostile site where buzzards circle over the rotting carcasses of pixels that were pushed to the breaking point. Nonetheless, something does seem to have gone horribly awry with that young woman’s leg.
Posted by: farmer Joe |Yeah - I think they were big back in the early 90's (posters and trailer - not interactive)! Are they still around?
Posted by: homer s. |mmmm. simmerin' bacon o'brien!
Posted by: Mr. Peabody |Bacon/Reneric...
I, "O'Brien" am still around in the form of ARTMINISTRY where a brief limited page of creative solutions are displayed. I am pleased to have the opportunity and flexibility to contribute to a range of solutions in Theatrical, Home Entertainment, Music and Corporate. I am thankful for the interest and collaboration over the years.
The others mentioned, no doubt you probably are familiar with.
Och, mon! Looks like M.T Carney has stepped in a big pile of steaming haggis. Jerry Bruckheimer says it wasn’t his idea, but Disney is putting marketing chief Carney in suspended animation and bringing in veteran marketeer Valerie Van Galder to steer the campaign for "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides."
Could this unfortunate turn of events have anything to do with the fact that our wee Scottish lass Miss Carney had nae previous experience in movie marketing?