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Robert Rodriguez Museum presents Frank Frazetta gallery review

I’m going to throw a few names at you-Frank Frazetta, Frank Miller, Drew Struzan and Sebastian Kruger. I’m guessing most people out there know one, if not two of these names, but trust me all four have affected our modern culture in various ways. 523 more words

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The Robert Rodriguez Museum featuring the Frank Frazetta collection at 2015 SXSW Festival

For a limited time only during SXSW 2015, from Saturday 14th to Saturday 21st March, Robert Rodriguez is proud to present a curated collection of original art, including twelve masterwork paintings by iconic artist FRANK FRAZETTA, including original paintings of CONAN THE BARBARIAN and DEATH DEALER. 570 more words

Films

drew struzan: the man behind the movie poster

Remember those iconic movie posters from your youth? Posters for movies like Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Back to the Future, and even Harry Potter? The essence of each story seems to be captured in just one still frame displayed in cinemas, on the sides of buses, and posted on the walls of subways and buildings everywhere. 268 more words

Creative Juice

Every movie needs a poster

Something’s happening, I’m not the Jedi I should be. I want more, and I know I shouldn’t.

– Anakin Skywalker, Revenge of the Sith

9th of March 2005 was the release of the…

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Remembering Dick Wagner

I began writing an email to Dick Wagner to tell him about a fun art show in the Los Angeles area, Revolutions 2 – The Art of Music… 536 more words

Filmmaker

My Top Ten Black Sabbath Songs

Yep, I have no movie reviews ready to post today so it’s time for a super lazy Top Ten List! Look, Seth – SABBATH! :-) 211 more words

Movies

Batkid draws movie poster icon out of retirement

This post moves away from our normal Star Wars-focused theme to talk about an inspiring child. Miles Scott, aka Batkid, is a five-year-old Leukaemia survivor who became a (social) media darling after his wish to be Batkid was granted by the Make-A-Wish foundation. 229 more words

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