This is the second GoT teaser poster I did after watching the first episode of Series 5 entitled The Wars To Come.
Just to help remember I post the first poster again:
They look like this together:
As you see the two posters are themed around the title of the story: A Song of Ice and Fire.
And now let’s watch the penultimate episode of Series 6…
My newest picture is called Join The Resistance.
It is more calm and peaceful than the intentionally chaotic, more dynamic Crush The Resistance:
Crush The Resistance was recently published on the back cover of TeeKay-421 but this is not its only appearance: Celebration Europe 2016 will launch in a month and on July 15th, Crush and Join the Resistance both will be presented at the booth of TeeKay-421, the Belgian Star Wars Fan Club. If you will be there, come and check the pictures!
Finally, here is the wallpaper version of them together:
My newest piece is an event poster for Pomáz Wind Orchestra – I have a long-time, fruitful relationship with them.
This concert will be a symphony of Star Wars pieces including Jedi Steps and Rey’s Theme from The Force Awakens. As part of the additional programs, I will have an exhibition in the concert hall. more details later…
By the way, did I mention that I am open for commissions? I do personal pieces as well as event posters or product packaging – check my site if you want to see what I can do and let me know what you want!
This update is the second part of my Choices series.
The first part was about Anakin’s decision between the Sith and Jedi way. This one shows how the dark side of the Force and the war destroys the values of peace and love.
The picture is a tribute to John Alvin and his masterful artworks.
May the Fourth be with everyone! To celebrate this day, I go back to the beginning of the Star Wars saga with a new poster entitled Choices.
This picture is about the choices Anakin, the Chosen One, the son of the suns has to make during his life: choose between the Jedi and Sith, good and bad, light and dark. The choices are depicted by the mentors/father-like characters in Anakin’s life: Qui-Gon Jinn from The Phantom Menace and Palpatine from Revenge Of The Sith. Their meeting planets are also included: the light, plain deserts of Tatooine, far-far away from everything; and the millions of lights in the darkness of Coruscant, the poisoned heart of the Republic. Naboo N-1 fighters from Episode I and Jedi Fighters from Episode III also enhance the timespan and depth of the picture.
Finally, a few words about Jake Lloyd, who played young Anakin in The Phantom Menace and who suffers from schizophrenia, a very serious illness that affects circa 1% of the population. I believe everyone of us in the Star Wars community wishes the best to him.
“Until the End” – The second part of a poster trio dedicated to the Death from the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Parts 1-2.
The main theme of this poster series is the way how different characters face Death. The first part (entitled “Always”) shows Severus Snape with the lifeless body of Lily Evans while Death takes his life.
A chilly breeze that seemed to emanate from the heart of the forest lifted the hair at Harry’s brow. He knew that they would not tell him to go, that it would have to be his decision.
“You’ll stay with me?”
“Until the very end,” said James.
“They won’t be able to see you?” asked Harry.
“We are part of you,” said Sirius. “Invisible to anyone else.”
Harry looked at his mother.
“Stay close to me,” he said quietly.
(J. K. Rowling: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows)
Today’s update is a bizarre piece about the Galactic Empire. Nevertheless, I hope you will like it – for me, it tells a lot about the deep feelings and motivations that keep the Empire together.
The title of the picture is Imperium Forte, latin for Mighty Empire.
Remember the words of an Imperial officer, Grand Moff Tarkin from A New Hope:
Fear will keep the local systems in line!
… and the words of a wise Jedi Master in The Phantom Menace:
Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to suffering.
Today is my birthday and I present you this tribute to the first Death Star and the well-looking TIE-Fighters.
I made a revised version for an earlier The Force Awakens poster. That old one was entitled “I will fulfill our destiny” but after watching the movie I felt that a bit inappropriate because that sentence sounded like part of a pray and not like a powerful statement.
Therefore, I re-did the poster and the result is: Crush the Resistance!
This was one of my submissions for Celebration Europe 2016 Art Show but the piece was rejected. Nevertheless, it appeared on the back cover of the 75th issue of Teekay-421, the official magazine of the Belgian Star Wars Fan Club, out this Monday.
I hope you like the poster in this form because surely, this was not its only appearance.
My fellow readers from New York (and surroundings): visual gurus of ILM will held a presentation about the past, present and future of Industrial Light & Magic on 10th March in Kaufmann Concert Hall (Lexington Avenue at 92nd St, New York).
- James Clyne – Senior Art Director, Star Wars: The Force Awakens
- Jason Smith – Visual Effects Supervisor, nominated for a 2016 Oscar for The Revenant
- Michael Koperwas – Computer Graphics Supervisor, ILMxLAB
If you are interested in it (I certainly do but cannot be there, unfortunately) you can learn more about this event here.