Cheeky Design
A good movie poster should capture the heart and fabric of the film while incorporating it’s own identity.

The Thomas Crown Affair

Sleek, fun, sexy, and Steve McQueen to boot, The Thomas Crown affair is one of my favorite films to go to for style references. It’s steeped in 1960s colors, settings, and clothing, yet transcends with a timeless and universal coolness. When designing the poster for the film, I wanted to pay tribute to the period it was made in yet give it a contemporary polish. Read more about the process in the blog post.

A good movie poster should capture the heart and fabric of the film while incorporating it’s own identity.

A good movie poster should capture the heart and fabric of the film while incorporating it’s own identity.

 I take on projects that keep the creative juices flowing. These compositions help me continue to exercise my design muscles, pushing the boundary on what I personally want to see from my work.

I take on projects that keep the creative juices flowing. These compositions help me continue to exercise my design muscles, pushing the boundary on what I personally want to see from my work.

"Mcqueen understood the camera and understood the camera loved him."

"Mcqueen understood the camera and understood the camera loved him."

-Alan Trustman (writer of the Thomas Crown Affair)