Movie Director Portrait Print, Quentin Tarantino - das neue Cover von BUSINESS PUNK

quentin tarantino - Movie director portraits created through their movies by Julian Rentzsch

Movie Director Portrait: Tim Burton by Stellavie & Julian Rentzsch

Movie Director Portraits by Stellavie & Julian Rentzsch

Trois portraits originaux très jolie. Tout ça est pleins de bonnes idées !!

The first and third are cliche but the second is good. Coming city life and country-side with the human face by Dan Mountford, double exposure portraits.

Inception by Grzegorz Domaradzki

Best Illustrations of 2013

Personal 4 color screen print inspired by Christopher Nolan film titled Inception. Made in two color versions and 24 x size. Work made digitally in Adobe Photoshop. by Gabz Grzegorz Domaradzki

Ollie Moss poster for My Neighbour Totoro.

"Artist Olly Moss has teamed up with Mondo Tees to bring us this great poster art design for the classic Studio Ghibli film directed by Hayao Miyazaki, My Neighbor Totoro.

Humanize by Iulian Balinisteanu

Some images that inspire me as a designer. Always stay on top of current design trends and always to grow as a designer.

Oh wow, I LOVE these!!  Am inspired to make some of these prints myself.

Incredible Double-Exposure Animal Portraits

Illustration / RickMurphy_SeattlePrint

Do you like poster illustrations of famous cities? Then check out this Seattle poster illustration by Rick Murphy. The print shows Seattle's

Morgan-Low Poly Portrait on Behance

The geometric illustration approach creates a beautiful, sophisticated, striking, and artsy. But, this will take a TON of practice in illustrator and training the eye to distinguish values.

CE: Love the use of typography. I like using it to outline the male figure. Doesn't show the pants all that well though.

Selling pants visually is tricky—all the more reason this campaign is awesome! Dockers posters Plus

Windows to Another World, Bafta 2016 Film Awards illustrations - Bridge of Spies

Windows to Another World, Bafta 2016 Film Awards illustrations

by Levente Szabó Budapest, Hungary. Five posters for BAFTA's Best Film category in 2016