Hobo With a Shotgun: Poster process

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  1. again an amazing design with a really nice oldschool feeling…
    The only detail that bother me is the fact that the two lines on the right of the word “shotgun” looks like they are not finished… I mean, since the poster is very dark we can’t really tell it comes from the drop shadow…

  2. Sweet, this couldn’t have come along at a better time, I have to re-imaging a movie poster for design class and I chose Tron Legacy, cause its an amazing movie and the Hobo with a Shotgun poster is kinda what I was thinking of doing. Thanks for the inspiration!

  3. Awesome inspirations you drew from the 80s and 70s…. and the process you go through to make it must be fun. Wicked work.

  4. It’s good to see the transformation and the different stages of poster making, including the various options that the artist took into consideration before arriving at the final copy. Just like in any other work, the perfection of an art really takes time and great skills.

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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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