4 items from 2013
Watching a movie is a linear experience-- you see a series of images in an order that the director prescribed, and you're on a guided tour of the world in which it takes place. You may wish you could loop back around and poke around The Shire some more after Frodo leaves it at the beginning of Fellowship of the Ring, but that's not how Peter Jackson wants it, buddy. But what if you want to experience the Lord of the Rings less like a movie, and more like the maps that Tolkien provides at the front of the book? Illustrator and mapmaker Andrew DeGraff has you covered. That image above may look like a bizarre treasure map taking you to some weird planets. but it's also the story of a very, very familiar movie. Ok, that first one is pretty easy-- you don't even have to be a Star »
Gallery1988 (West) is proud to announce the opening of "Space: The Gallery Show," a group exhibit curated by artist Mike Mitchell, this Friday, June 21st. The show, which will celebrate the past, present & future of space exploration and the awesomeness that is the universe, will feature over 50 amazing artists all working in many different mediums. The show will feature new artwork from G1988 regulars like Mitchell, Scott C., Andrew DeGraff, Olly Moss, N.C. Winters and Justin White, but also include new names to the gallery, like Jeffrey Brown, Dave Correia, John Martz and Emily Partridge. This show promises to be new, unique and memorable - and people may want to get to the gallery early for "first in line giveaways." Space: The Gallery Show / Gallery 1988 (West) 7308 Melrose »
- Pietro Filipponi
Last week we shared a cool set of movie map illustrations for the Star Wars trilogy. The artist of those, Andrew DeGraff, has also created a set of movie map art for the classic Indiana Jones trilogy. I love how these illustrations give us a different deconstructed look at the trilogy we all know and love. This art style works particularly well for the Indiana Jones films since they deal with archeology. The image above is titled "Paths of Raiders," and the pieces below are "Paths of Doom" and "Paths of Crusade."
These are part of Andrew DeGraff & Bennett Slater’s gallery show, which opened this weekend at Gallery 1988 on Melrose in Los Angeles.
Source: Via: Super Punch (http://www.superpunch.net/2013/01/indiana-jones-movie-maps-by-andrew.html) »
- Joey Paur
There's been plenty of fan posters that have paid tribute to Star Wars and Indiana Jones with some amazing artwork that could rival even Drew Struzan's stellar work for the films from George Lucas and Steven Spielberg. However, we have yet to see any posters as unique and intricate as these. With a style that's like a maze and Where's Waldo, artist Andrew DeGraff has crafted these incredible posters honoring each film trilogy by creating a film story map. Each poster runs through the various locations that the film's story takes our characters, and it's like following one of the coolest and most detailed mazes ever. The Star Wars and Indiana Jones posters from Andrew DeGraff via SlashFilm (click for larger versions): A New Hope Empire Strikes Back Return of the Jedi Raiders of the Lost Ark Temple of Doom The Last Crusade DeGraff currently has a show »
- Ethan Anderton
4 items from 2013
IMDb.com, Inc. takes no responsibility for the content or accuracy of the above news articles, Tweets, or blog posts. This content is published for the entertainment of our users only. The news articles, Tweets, and blog posts do not represent IMDb's opinions nor can we guarantee that the reporting therein is completely factual. Please visit the source responsible for the item in question to report any concerns you may have regarding content or accuracy.See our NewsDesk partners