Again IMAX has revealed special new posters will be available for fans to acquire as part of their theatrical celebration for The Last Jedi. The posters, based off art print designs created by artist Dan Mumford who did the same series of 4 posters for The Force Awakens, will be available to collect at IMAX cinema’s in the UK.
The second Dan Mumford Star wars: The Last Jedi poster has just been released featuring titanic Battle of Crait.
The third Dan Mumford Star wars: The Last Jedi poster has just been released featuring Finn and Captain Phasma epic fight aboard The Supremacy.
The fourth and final Dan Mumford Star wars: The Last Jedi poster has just been released featuring Kylo Ren and Snoke with the Praetorian Guard.
Bottleneck Gallery has unveiled an incredible new Star Wars poster from Matt Taylor, an artist I’ve posted before about and is known for his aesthetically beautiful compositions and his sublime colouring. Taylor’s take on A New Hope really has that classic feel while emphasizing aspects of the story, such as Vader’s looming presence and grip over the galaxy.
This stunning screen print with metallic gold ink, the Hand-numbered timed edition print is available from The Bottleneck Gallery, and officially licensed by Acme Archives
This Star Wars: The Last Jediposter is so impressive, you’d be mistaken into thinking it was an ‘official’Last Jedi Poster, but it’s just fan art, but it’s by no ordinary fan, Preedee Thinnakorn Na Ayudhya is a professional Advertising Image Manipulator and Retoucher with 10 Years experience in the industry.
One of the most cunning and ruthless warrior in the history of the Galactic Empire, Grand Admiral Thrawn is one of the most captivating characters in the Star Wars universe. From his introduction in the best-selling author Timothy Zahn’s classic Heir to the Empire through his continuing adventures in Dark Force Rising, The Last Command and beyond. Grand Admiral Thrawn has earned an iconic status among the greatest Star Wars villains. But Thrawn’s origins and the story of his rise in the Imperial ranks have remained mysterious. Now, in Star Wars: Thrawn, Timothy Zahn chronicles the fateful events that launched the blue-skinned, red.eyed master of military strategy and lethal warfare into the highest realms of power-and infamy.
But this isn’t a review of Timothy Zahn’s ambitious book, but the creative work that went on behind the scenes creating the iconic artwork of the book by Two Dots, a creative studio dedicated to the entertainment industry, and their client…LucasFilm.
This blocking-in technique they use below is so reminiscent of the Star Wars concept artist veteran Ryan Church.
One of my favourite film posters this year is the intense new poster for Alien: Covenant! Unlike most of the other lazy posters that the studios release these days, they’ve actually put some artistic effort into this. The first two which had a fairly ominous and simplistic look to them, but this new variant by 20th Century Fox features a full view of the “Protomorph” Xenomorph surrounded by what look to be dead Engineer bodies and other Aliens! The background looks very similar to Alien hive walls as well, and interestingly teases the Alien Queen hidden in the background.
Ultimately this poster seems to depict a collage of chaos, showing the overthrow of the Engineer society by the infection of the hostile Alien race, something which might tie back to the finale of the Alien: Covenant | Prologue: The Crossing, showing Michael release the pods onto the Engineers homeworld…see below
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The latest poster is quite tame in comparison, very Ripley Alien esque.