"I Am The Doorway", coloured version. Based on one of my favourite Stephen King short stories.
Quick drawing based on the Stephen King short story ” I Am The Doorway” from NIGHT SHIFT. Always loved this story! Gonna throw some colours on it tomorrow.
Here’s a new BOX OFFICE DRAW illustration, titled Tech Noir, inspired by the first big shootout in 1984’s THE TERMINATOR. Still a great flick.
Last month I teamed up with my friends Eric Miller and James White to put together an art gallery show called Has Bros, featuring art inspired by 1980s toy franchises. Nearly twenty artists took part and everyone involved brought their A-game. My piece was called “Master Of Disguise”, and it starred Zartan, face-changing thorn in G.I. Joe’s side. Check out the Dart Gallery Facebook page for a look at some of the other pieces in the exhibit!
Don’t try this at home on your Dad’s stereo—only under hip-hop supervision. (by @jamiecalder)
This is the first in a series of movie-inspired drawings I wanna do called Box Office Draw. Based on my tastes it seems likely to assume it’ll mostly be drawings based on ’70s and ’80s films, but I do already have an idea for a trio of illustrations inspired by Speed, so anything goes, really. This first one is based on the scene that introduces Jack Cates (Nick Nolte) to Reggie Hammond (Eddie Murphy) in Walter Hill’s 48 Hrs. Now, if I could just figure out how to approach my inevitable Beverly Hills Cop tribute…
My friend Troy Forbes dropped off a box of books for me at Strange Adventures over the weekend, and cracking into it was a bit like opening the Lost Ark of the Covenant (except without all the face-melting and head-exploding). It was, among other things, a treasure trove of Indiana Jones ephemera—storybooks, souvenir magazines, and a Harrison Ford career retrospective book that goes as far as CLEAR & PRESENT DANGER. Best of all, tucked inside the RAIDERS storybook was a folded-up poster book from Steranko’s PREVUE magazine, circa 1980, featuring the artist’s production paintings with commentary! Dig that crazy logo! No time for love, Doctor Jones—time to get reading. Thanks, Troy!