In his book Graphic Design as a Second Language, Bob Gill gives a peak behind the curtain of what it’s like trying to get a film poster approved. Below is his experience designing the poster for the Norman Jewison 1979 film “…And Justice for All” starring Al Pacino.
An ad for a film with an…
Acting, singing, dancing; they’re all among Stephen Colbert’s hidden talents.
This series is GREAT. Holy moly. Here’s Vaughn:
I wanted to write about parenthood, but I wanted to Trojan-horse it inside some sort of interesting genre story, to explore the overlap between artistic creation and the creation of a child.
And about the comic’s debt to Star Wars:
I’m part of the generation that all we do is complain about the prequels and how they let us down…And if every one of us who complained about how the prequels didn’t live up to our expectations just would make our own sci-fi fantasy, then it would be a much better use of our time.”
Seriously, if you’ve never been interested or if you’ve lost interest in comics, check this series out. (And keep tissues nearby if you’re a parent.)
Filed under: my reading year 2014
I thought you were more than just a shield.