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Thursday, July 19, 2012


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LOL. Way to show your ignorance about the craft, Banky. Next you’ll be whining about head strips.

Ya, there is only Drew. Rest of them are chopped liver.

"It took me like three hours to finish the shading on your upper lip."


Hard to imagine any of today’s Photoshopped posters being considered collectable one day… but I guess it’s the movie itself that makes the poster valuable to geeks.

Draw Me! I would offer up Brave, Alice in Wonderland, Inception, The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus...

The reality here is that other people created the content / the composition / the comps and he made them look great. He was rarely starting with a blank sheet of paper. He's fantastic finish illustrator.

Moo - you left out Madea's Witness Protection!

You clearly have never worked with Drew - he did his own compositions, thank you very much. If you gave him a layout it just ended up in the trash and if you didn't like it you could just pound sand.

It's sad that so many of you who work in an industry that largely exists due to the legacy of great key art illustration created by the likes of Drew Struzan, John Alvin, Richard Amsel and Bob Peak try so hard to negate their work/impact. Is it petty insecurity?

Maybe they’re just assholes.

It's also sad to negate the creative work of the people without the name and insist their work doesn't exist. I saw the evolution of pencil comps for Back to the Future and Mr. Struzen wasn't in the room yet.



As with all advertising the stuff that wasn't up to snuff ended up in the wastebin

I smell bacon.

Bacon tastes good

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