Billy Perkins has produced a new art print to accompany his Samuel L. Jackson Pulp Fiction print. The new John Travolta print is a 20″ x 26″ screenprint, has an edition of 60, and is $50. You can grab one in the Gigposters.com Classifieds.
Not even a great likeness to Travolta…
I’ve played men’s league softball most of my life, since I was 14. I was a very competitive player, but never so much that I didn’t enjoy the hell out of playing, win or lose. I could hit the ball really hard, but in all the years I played there were only 2 or 3 times that I batted it out of the park…about the same number of times that I struck out. Mostly I just got base hits.
Locke, is that you???
What is this all supposed to be about?
Jaiden, you’re right, Tyler’s stuff is amazing & his style is killer for movie posters. It’s funny…I rarely drew likenesses until Alamo Drafthouse requested them, beginning with the Good Bad & Ugly set. The response has been unexpected and very positive, and I’m finding that I enjoy rendering images in this style and experimenting with new ways to improve my use of negative space. Each color is painted by hand with brush & ink separately & then scanned. This particular image was done simply because enough people asked for it. Whether it’s your cup of tea or not, I’m flattered you guys care enough to talk about my work. Carry on!
It’s killing me, but it looks like Rosie O’Donnell.
@Billy: Yeah man it’s all about left field critique right? Makes the high fives that much sweeter.
And while this piece for sure isn’t my cup of tea I’ve got your Shining print you did for Alamo so many moons ago and it’s honestly one of my favorites. I think your use of negative space and single focal point illustration on that one was dead on.
I bet if this print had been of Travolta sitting on the toilet reading the paper about to get smoked by John McClane It’d be framed in my bathroom 🙂
Speaking of McClane why the hell hasn’t Alamo played Die Hard and commissioned one of you highly talented gentlemen to draw a fuckin KILLER poster we’d all be killing each other for?
I like your technique don’t change a thing. Half of these criticism’s on here don’t mean shit. Keep swinging for the fences.
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