Israeli cartoonist Tomer Hanuka needs no introduction; an award- winning, New York Times best selling illustrator. His clients include Time Magazine, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, MTV, Universal Pictures, Lucas Film and the like. In fact there’s very few people out there worth working for.
His projects are a nice example of stunnig line-work, sensitive colour palletes and such an outstanding sense of atmosphere. You’ll notice how many of the movies you’ve enjoyed are simply transformed into a living, can’t-turn-away riveting, sometimes grotesque illustrations. Tomer has won multiple gold medals from the Society of Illustrators and the Society of Publication Designers. With his brother Asaf, he also contributed art to the Oscar nominated Waltz with Bashir.
I want to create an altar that celebrates the work I’m illustrating. So I’m always, it feels like, working against my inner super-fan. (Source)
I only take on poster gigs for films I admire. Fandom is a mental starting point which I need to work against and try to come out on the other end with something worthwhile to say / show. (Source)
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