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May 7, 2014

30 Artists, 1 Monkey and An Outdoor Film Festival in The South of Italy



La Guarimba is a festival in the South of Italy that primarily exists to showcase short films and bring lots of great people together over the course of a few days, during the late Summer month of August.

Last year, illustrator (and DA friend) Sara Fratini teamed up with some dedicated folks to repair and reopen an outdoor movie theater. That was the start of La Guarimba.

This year, it looks as though the gathering will more than triple in size and possibly carry twice as many films as it did last year.

Somehow along the way a monkey became their mascot and to help promote the event, Sara asked 30 illustrators to design a poster (in their regions language) to be exhibited during the event. I'm happy to be included as one of the invited artists and really just love the way we each interpreted the poster in our own unique style.

Above is a glimpse into a few of my favorites, but you can catch the entire gallery (and their respective credits) on their Facebook page.

April 2, 2012

Going Postal

Every now and then I enjoy a fun trip down memory lane. This time, my travels were courtesy of Danny Martin and his movie characters drawn on US Postal Service stickers. I'm loving the texture the stickers added to the black and white drawings of some of my favorite movies from when I was a teenager (The Thing, Big Trouble in Little China, Ghostbusters) as well as a recent favorite (There Will Be Blood). Go take a gander, no postage stamp required.


May 13, 2011

Sidewalk Scribble



Animator/Filmmaker Peter Lowey from Australia does an incredible job on this short film. Give it a play, I've already watched it three times this morning.

April 26, 2011

He Thinks A Lot



A sad film about Gregor by Petra Zlonoga. I think it's perfectly drawn and executed for her first hand-drawn film. I especially like the squiggly lines that turn to thoughts, pets, and even green cars.

October 9, 2008

The Case of the Independent Poster

The movie poster for The Pleasure of Being Robbed got my attention while I was looking at trailers for upcoming movies. Did a bit of research and discovered the company behind the movie is Red Bucket Films.

Not only did they commit to a promotional poster made up of an illustration, their own company website is doodle heaven. The entire site's content is represented through the pages of a sketch book. Impressive and fun all the same... giving us high hopes for the movie of course.




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