Limited edition screen print of the movie Jurassic Park (1993). The print was released along with a In-Gen Night Vision variant. 24x36 inches, 10 colors (variant uses glow-in-the-dark ink), printed by DL Screenprinting.
Client: Hero Complex Gallery | Curator: Adam Smasher | JUNE 2016
Artwork created and exhibited at Dreamworks Voltron Legendary Defender Art Showcase, presented by Hero Complex Gallery, celebrating Netflix and DreamWorks Animation's newest series.
The event featured a wonderful mix of production artwork and all new artwork by both HCG and DreamWorks animation artists and gave a behind the scenes look at several pieces that were created in the development of the series.
Prints available at Hero Complex Gallery online store:
Illustration created for Hero Complex Gallery as part of the CARDISTRY: 55 ARTISTIC INTERPRETATIONS OF PLAYING CARDS Show. It was also released as the 4 OF SPADES cards in an amazing custom premium Art Card Deck of 52 full-color original artwork cards. Replicants - Four of Spades, together with all other art was also published in the Art Book released at the show.
The Die Bith Maschine (The Bith Machine) print, a mash-up between Kraftwerk's The Man-Machine album cover and the fictitious band Figrin D'an and the Modal Nodes, was released as part of the Rick Baker Art Tribute THE MONSTER MAKER WITH RICK BAKER exhibition at Hero Complex Gallery.
Client: Hero Complex Gallery | APR 2015
Limited edition 24″ x 18″ screen print with metallic inks released by Hero Complex Gallery at Comikase 2015, inspired by the Star Wars VII : The Force Awakens.
Poe Dameron & BB-8
Ello "Born to Ill" Asty
Enter the Dragon
Client: private commission | MAR 2015
Limited edition print of the classic Bruce Lee movie Enter the Dragon (1973). 24x36 inches, 9 colors, screen printed on Legion Bamboo paper by Lady Lazarus Press.
Death of a Man
Client: Alex Nicholson | DEC 2014
Poster for Death of a Man, a short movie based around a Japanese death poem by Gesshū Sōko. In 2015 the poster was accepted into AI-AP 34th Illustration Annual book.
Hand writing by Japanese artist Futoshi Yoshizawa.
Client: Bottleneck Gallery | Curator: Joe Bouganim | MAY 2014
My homage to the great visual futuristSyd Mead, responsible for turning Ridley Scott's Blade Runner into a timeless classic. The poster, called Syd’s Alley, was exhibited at Bottleneck Gallery’s Moments Lost, a show featuring many Blade Runner art and music inspired by the movie.
Client: Bottleneck Gallery | Curator: Joe Bouganim | MAR 2014
Limited edition screen print created for Winter is Here, Bottleneck Gallery's first online group exhibition, celebrating the return of Game of Thrones to the screens.
Death Race 2000
Client: Hero Complex Gallery | Curator: Adam Smasher | MAY 2014
Screenprint exhibited at Kings of Cult show, a tribute to the legendary directors Roger Corman and Joe Dante, at Hero Complex Gallery. Poster available at HCG online store:
Client: Hero Complex Gallery | Curator: Adam Smasher | AUG 2013
We grew up watching these guys save our planet everyday, either shooting the Spacium Ray or throwing the Eye Slugger at every big bastard monster willing to destroy the scale cities used as battle scenes. They were our heroes, our giant shiny heroes.
Ultraman and Ultraseven are my contributions for Hero Complex Gallery's exhibition Bleeding Metallics, a great show featuring artwork with metallic inks, paints, paper and metal itself. Four limited series of 25, size 18" x 24", were produced for the show, two printed in white paper and 2 in metallic silver paper.
And I mean it when I say I'm a long time fan, here's one of my oldest drawings, probably from late 70s or early 80s. A flying "Ultrasevem" and his gang fighting a huge dancing disco monster with shells bigger than tanks!
Client: Hero Complex Gallery | Curator: Adam Smasher | MAY 2013
Poster exhibited at RED, a Hero Complex Gallery and Planet-Pulp collab show dedicated to the color red! Poster available at HCG online store:
Posters exhibited at Hero Complex Gallery's Righteous Rides...and the Dudes Who Drive Them! show, celebrating the most famous modes of transportation of our favorite movies, games and comics.
An invitation such as this can drive you crazy due to the numerous options you have available, so in order to maintain my sanity I approached it just like the way I did when I decided to make the Blade Runner poster, as quick as possible. Once I knew what I wanted I shut down all other options and moved forward to designing it before any second thoughts or regrets take over.
This time I chose to work with the famous Porsche 917K, with its iconic Gulf Team livery, the race car driven by Steve McQueen in the 1971 movie Le Mans. I believe it was a good option because not only I could pay homage to a great movie but also to the car that dominated the tracks in its time. Also I could make a dream come true: design a Tamiya like model kit box.
The blue poster is sold out but you can still find the orange at Hero Complex Gallery's online store:
Limited edition screen print of the classic movie War of the Worlds (1953), released and exhibited at Mondo Gallery opening in Austin, Tx in 2012. 24x36 inches, 6 colors (GID red and greens).
Client: Popload Gig | OCT 2011
For every show they produce, Popload Gig invites an artist to design a limited edition screen printed poster to be sold at the venues during the shows. I was thrilled to be invited to create the poster of one of my favorite bands, THE KILLS. A black beetle fashioned with golden leopard pattern and that marvellous black Hofner. I really couldn't ask for more... Or could I?...
Yes, as a matter of fact, I could. So I had the pleasure of working for the first time with Rogério Maciel, head of Estúdio Elástico and a master of the screen print craft. In between pots and pans, together we spent a great time at his studio, talking about art, the beauty of screen printing and mixing colors, frying our little brains in search for a perfect match between the petroleum dark gray and an aged metallic gold for our poster. Baby says it's all about a few drops of yellow... Rogério is very meticulous and a perfectionist when it comes to details. And the proof was a set of stunning prints.
So, as the last day of magic came to an end, I left the posters behind to dry as I waved the last goodbye. All I had to do now was head back home and get ready for The Kills. As a little treat, a few pictures I took from their amazing shows in São Paulo and a video I've made from one of my favorite songs, Black Balloon.
Client: Itaú Cultural | JUN 2008
Poster created for video festival Conflicts, exhibited in Belo Horizonte and Rio de Janeiro. The festival was organized by Itaú Cultural and curated by Francisco Cesar Filho. Conflicts was later published in illustration annuals such as Archive 200 Best Illustrators Worldwide 09-10, Communication Arts 50, Art Box International New Illustrators File: Volume 9 and Taschen's Illustration Now! 3.
Client: Wear it With Pride | ADs: Kako + Carlos Bêla | MAY 2008
When Darren Firth invited me to be part of the upcoming exhibition Now Showing - Exploring the Lost "Art" of the Film Poster, I didn't think twice: I knew it was the right opportunity to finally work with designer Carlos Bêla and also knew that this could be my only chance to recreate the poster of my favorite movie, Ridley Scott's Blade Runner. Do you like our owl?... It's artificial?... Of course it is.
Our Blade Runner poster was exhibited in London (COSH Gallery) and in Barcelona (Vallery Gallery) along with several other amazing works by artists such as Mr. Ian Wright, Hellovon, Non Format, Corey Holms, Marian Bantjes, Grandpeople, Tomer Hanuka, Vania Zouravliov, Michael Gillette, James Joyce, Pure Evil, just to mention a few. After the exhibitions, COSH started selling limited edition prints and we soon heard the news that our poster was the first one to become sold out.
The poster was published on Communication Arts Advertising Annual 51 PROFILE section and in 2012, celebrating the 30th anniversary of Blade Runner, we created two variants of the original poster, the Director's Cut and the Final Cut, which were later released by Hero Complex Gallery on the Imagined Worlds show.