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Movie Poster Genius Drew Struzan Might Come Out Of Retirement For New STAR WARS Trilogy!

Drew Struzan is one of the greatest poster artists of all time. The man behind the classic posters for, among others, the STAR WARS, INDIANA JONES, and BACK TO THE FUTURE series, it was a sad day for film art when he retired back in 2008.




Drew Struzan is one of the greatest poster artists of all time.  The man behind the classic posters for, among others, the STAR WARS, INDIANA JONES, and BACK TO THE FUTURE series, it was a sad day for film art when he retired back in 2008.

Well now, Joblo is reporting that Disney and producers behind the upcoming new STAR WARS trilogy have already contacted Struzan to see if he would consider coming out of retirement for one more batch of posters…something Struzan says he might just do if the right opportunity arises:

“If the opportunity arises, it will be a real temptation. But it’s going to have to be a real temptation to get me away from my wife and my little grandkids and my family. Away from the green trees and the blue skies for a change instead of just locked in the studio. But, you know, never say never. All things are possible.”

Struzan’s hand brings a sort of classic element to film promotion that cannot be matched.  If Disney wants to somehow mirror the feeling and emotions brought about by the original STAR WARS trilogy, bringing him in would definitely be the first step in the right direction…

Take a look at some of Struzan’s classic works below (something you could also check out in his absolutely amazing collections book, “The Art of Drew Struzan”), and let us know which one is your favorite design.

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A Botched Painting Restoration Has Gone Viral But The Internet Reactions Are The True Masterpieces



A restoration so botched not even Drs. Terry Dubrow and  Paul Nastiff could save it.

Art is interpretive…which is why it is so impressive that everyone has unanimously interpreted the restoration of “The Immaculate Conception” as being just awful.

An art collector in Valencia, Spain paid €1,200 to a furniture restorer to have his copy of Bartolomé Esteban Murillo’s famous painting cleaned. Something went wrong with the cleaning and the painting left the Virgin Mary’s face unrecognizable. As if poor Mary hadn’t already suffered enough, the two attempts to restore the painting left the masterpiece looking like something found at a second grade art fair.

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Images of the botched restorations traveled faster than a rampaging bull in Pamplona which led the Royal Academy of Arts to post this tweet:

And obviously the responses have been hilarious.

A shocking take.

Good art is hard to lego of.


Self restoration is key.

And this troll.

And this painfully accurate observation.

The incident has sparked a further discussion about the importance of restoration with some believing laws should be put into place to protect these valuable works of art. I totally agree but until then let’s just enjoy the inevitable, valuable memes that will come from this.

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#DrawingWhileBlack Goes Viral As Black Artists Share Their Inspirational Works Of Art



Black art matters.

Someone once said “the opposite of war is not peace, it’s creation” and we can definitely use some creativity during these fractured times. Luckily for us, social media is providing a much needed outlet for those looking for positivity and inspiration. The hashtag #DrawingWhileBlack is trending after Black artists from around the world began showcasing their talents on Twitter. And honestly, any one of these artists could be featured in a museum!

The artists sharing their work range from amateurs who draw for fun to professionals in the comic book industry to animators to illustrators to designers…the list goes on and on! It’s amazing to see how much steam this creative train has picked up. Take a look at some of the works below and be sure to check out #DrawingWhileBlack on Twitter to see all the works being featured!

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I Don’t Know Why But You Need To See This Portrait Of Dan Levy Sitting On A Sandwich



These artist renderings are truly the best things since sliced bread.

The internet never ceases to amaze me. Just when you think you’ve seen all that there is to see on the world wide web, you stumble across an Instagram artist who dedicated an entire series of work to celebrities on sandwiches. The appropriately named user @CelebsOnSandwiches features watercolor renderings of popular celebrities sitting on delicious looking sandwiches.Why you might ask? I literally have no idea! But who cares, because most recently the account shared a delicious looking Dan Levy sitting on a popular piece of avocado toast…and if you think I mixed up those adjectives, I most certainly did not. Of course the whimsical artwork caught the eye of the Schitt’s Creek star and so he posted this today:


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Thanks for depicting me in my natural habitat, @celebsonsandwiches. I feel seen.

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The foodie fun doesn’t stop there though, the account is filled with dozens of sandwiches and celebrities ranging from the super popular to the super bizarre. Either way, there is no denying the expert level of artistry portrayed.

All hail the king.

Those buns can’t be real…

This one is out of this world.

Wow this one comes with extra meme.

Lastly, this troubling sign of the times.

They all look good enough to eat…well except maybe the Purell one…contrary to what our president may think. If you’d like to get your hands on one of these renderings you’re in luck because the account is currently running a 20% off promotion. Click here for more information.

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