Here is another print based on one of my favorite films and novels American Psycho. I’m very proud of how this came out.
This piece is based on the underappreciated 2013 adaptation of the 2000 AD comics character.
My favorite movie of 2011 is also one of my top films of all time. Ryan Gosling was perfect as the near-silent Driver. I wanted to capture a bit of that 80s vibe that the film has.
I modeled this print after several vintage beer ads that I had collected over the last few months. I wanted to keep the vector look but I added texture to the color pallet to make it pop.
Here it is. The new logo for Mark It Zero, featuring a minimalistic design of the character Walter from the movie The Big Lebowski.
Another of my favorite literary characters that made it onto the big screen. I designed this quote art using lines from both the film and the comic. I removed all punctuation to create a run-on stream of consciousness that, to me, symbolizes the character.
This print is based on the Marvel Comics supervillain the Red Skull, who was also featured in the Captain America: The First Avenger movie.
The character V from the original Alan Moore comic is one of my favorite literary characters of all time, and my love for V for Vendetta grew even more when the film adaptation came out in 2005. The quote mixed into the background of this print is V’s introduction to Evey, taken from the film.
I designed this poster with the desire to capture the underlying motivation of Patrick Bateman’s “mask.” As he says to his fiancée Evelyn Williams, “Because I want to fit in.”
This is one of my favorite movies of all time. Like many of its fans, it speaks to me on many levels. This was one of the first prints that I designed.