‘Hobo With a Shotgun’ poster

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  1. Wow this is the best film poster I’ve seen in well forever. I like the old school feel to it, but then elements of your futuristic pipes and shards. There are so many people doing ‘minimalist’ movie posters right now but your poster shows that when you put effort into the detail the work really shines.

    Well done James this is fantastic!

  2. Killer piece! Well worth the wait. It looks absolutely fantastic. Awesome that they got Rutger Hauer to play the lead role. Very curious to the other behind-the-scenes stuff and your talk about this at OFFF man.

  3. So glad to see you mentioned Bill Sienkiewicz – first thing that came to mind when I saw your poster – in a totally great way!

  4. This has got to be up there with one of my favourite pieces of your work!! Love the detail! It could so easily have been over-crowded but you’ve managed to show all the elements perfectly! Great stuff!

  5. Dude, that’s fucking sick!! In my opinion the best thing you’ve done. It has an awesome style that steps out of your comfort zone but still feels a lot like you at the same time. Great job man.

  6. Definitely your best work, James. Different from your usual style. It’s got a mix of retro and digital feel to it, which is perfect.

    I love it! Can’t wait to see the making of :)

  7. wow stunning!
    best element are the stripes and the sunglasses. awesome!
    greets from germany

  8. Great work…Instead of a single bullet hole, I would have peppered the text with a few smaller holes (shotgun style). As it is, a single bullet hole represents a rifle or pistol, not a shotgun. Looking forward to your breakdown of this work…..

  9. Back to the 80s! love the style and i think you pull the whole digital but not digital effect off awesomely! really look forward to seeing some of your progress shots…

  10. hhahha, just found out Rutger Hauer is a pretty famous Dutch actor, I, as someone from The Netherlands, didn’t know that :S

    Pretty cool movieposter! :D

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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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