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Drew Struzan vs James White Analog VS Digital

Drew Struzan is a designer of iconic posters of movies like Star Wars, Indiana Jones and many others. Drew Struzan developed his posters using the airbrushing technique. 414 more words

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Comparing Different Poster Styles

Drew Struzan is a poster artist, that has made countless movie posters with super realistic characters. He is an analogue artist that uses airbrushes, paints, and pencils by hand in order to bring forth dramatic and iconic artwork. 755 more words

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6/11/17: Drew Struzan and Shepard Fairey Comparison

Drew Struzan (Born March 18th 1947 in Oregon City, Oregon) is an American artist best known for his movie posters for films and film series such as: Blade Runner, Harry Potter, Back to the Future, Indiana Jones and etc. 480 more words

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Drew Struzan Announces Universal Prints for MondoCon

First Alex Ross Fine Art tempted us to open our wallets with his Classic Universal Monsters Set at San Diego Comic-Con, and now legendary movie poster artist Drew Struzan tempts us with prints of Frankenstein’s monster and his bride at MondoCon! 504 more words

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Frankenstein & The Bride of Frankenstein Prints By Drew Struzan Available At 2017 MondoCon

The famed illustrator Drew Struzan will be in attendance at 2017 MondoCon and he will be offering two very limited edition prints featuring Frankenstein and The Bride of Frankenstein. 70 more words

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Poster Research

There are many ways in which you could make a poster and many techniques you could use within the poster to have various different effects. For instance, you could have a poster that has a lot of detail around the info given, so that the reader’s attention is focused on it. 450 more words

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The Duological Monthly Update for September 2017

Well, I don’t know about you, but September flew by — it doesn’t feel like we can be in the last quarter of the year already. 809 more words

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