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  1. Juanma, no worries, I’ll be sure to announce when it’s dropped into the online store :)

    Ken, I worked on this over the course of the weekend in two sittings. All accounted for, I probably spent about 10 hours on the design which includes my research and sketching.

  2. Beautiful creation, James. The commentary that’s behind it comes through with a nice bite. The tagline you added really brings it through without clouding the creative voice of the piece. It takes me to several places viscerally, like memories of old sci fi movies – specifically They Live! with Rowdy Roddy Piper, and Hitchcock’s Vertigo too. The fact that the image on the TV is in black/white is perfect.

    Superb, and museum-worthy.

  3. James you have done it again. This is one of my favorite pieces you have done. I really look forward to making a purchase when it becomes available.

    Cheers!

  4. You seem to use that font on a lot of your work. Is it your own custom font or is it publically available? It’s really nice, as is the poster itself.

  5. Joseph, thanks a lot for all the feedback. I really dig the two posters you referenced, I also had a bit of Star Trek: The Motion Picture influence in this one.

    Glen, thanks man!

    Neil, the typeface is a mix of Bookman Regular and Bookman Swash. The font is available for purchase over at Veer.

    Andrew, Mbithi and David, really appreciate the kind words, guys.

  6. Hey James! This is a cool one! I really enjoyed watching and analyzing your work! The colors are always bright and the grungee effects always amazed me! Cheers!

    Btw, your MTV video was hilarious!

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James White is a digital artist and speaker hailing from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. With over 20 years of experience, James has worked with many international brands and has taken the stage at design conferences across the globe. He loves hot pink, chrome text and stuff from the 1980s.

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