patrickleger:

My piece for ‘Zatoichi’s Pilgrimage’. Part of the Zatoichi: The Blind Swordsman Box Set from The Criterion Collection available this November. 
The project recruited a staggering amount of artists to do illustrations for all 25 films.
Cover by Ron Wimberly. Additional illustrations by Greg Ruth, Paul Pope, Scott Morse, Samuel Hiti, Josh Cochran, Evan Bryce, Ricardo Venâncio, Robert Goodin, Yuko Shimizu, Jorge Coelho, Vera Brosgol, Matt Kindt, Connor Willumsen, Patrick Leger, Jim Rugg, Jhomar Soriano, Angie Wang, Ming Doyle, Caitlin Kuhwald, Benjamin Marra, Bill Sienkiewicz, Andrew MacLean, Polly Guo, Barnaby Ward, Victor Kerlow
Big thanks to the art director Eric Skillman who brought it all together!


patrickleger:

My piece for ‘Zatoichi’s Pilgrimage’. Part of the Zatoichi: The Blind Swordsman Box Set from The Criterion Collection available this November. 
The project recruited a staggering amount of artists to do illustrations for all 25 films.
Cover by Ron Wimberly. Additional illustrations by Greg Ruth, Paul Pope, Scott Morse, Samuel Hiti, Josh Cochran, Evan Bryce, Ricardo Venâncio, Robert Goodin, Yuko Shimizu, Jorge Coelho, Vera Brosgol, Matt Kindt, Connor Willumsen, Patrick Leger, Jim Rugg, Jhomar Soriano, Angie Wang, Ming Doyle, Caitlin Kuhwald, Benjamin Marra, Bill Sienkiewicz, Andrew MacLean, Polly Guo, Barnaby Ward, Victor Kerlow
Big thanks to the art director Eric Skillman who brought it all together!

patrickleger:

My piece for ‘Zatoichi’s Pilgrimage’. Part of the Zatoichi: The Blind Swordsman Box Set from The Criterion Collection available this November. 

The project recruited a staggering amount of artists to do illustrations for all 25 films.

Cover by Ron Wimberly. Additional illustrations by Greg Ruth, Paul Pope, Scott Morse, Samuel Hiti, Josh Cochran, Evan Bryce, Ricardo Venâncio, Robert Goodin, Yuko Shimizu, Jorge Coelho, Vera Brosgol, Matt Kindt, Connor Willumsen, Patrick Leger, Jim Rugg, Jhomar Soriano, Angie Wang, Ming Doyle, Caitlin Kuhwald, Benjamin Marra, Bill Sienkiewicz, Andrew MacLean, Polly Guo, Barnaby Ward, Victor Kerlow

Big thanks to the art director Eric Skillman who brought it all together!

patrickleger:

My recent cover and sketches for the Criterion release of Alfred Hitchcock’s “Foreign Correspondent”. The general idea was to focus on the famous assassination scene, which involves a lot of umbrellas.
I had a great time working again with Eric Skillman and designer F. Ron Miller who did all of the type.
I’ll post the other 4 illustrations I did for the interior when it’s released in February.
patrickleger:

My recent cover and sketches for the Criterion release of Alfred Hitchcock’s “Foreign Correspondent”. The general idea was to focus on the famous assassination scene, which involves a lot of umbrellas.
I had a great time working again with Eric Skillman and designer F. Ron Miller who did all of the type.
I’ll post the other 4 illustrations I did for the interior when it’s released in February.

patrickleger:

My recent cover and sketches for the Criterion release of Alfred Hitchcock’s “Foreign Correspondent”. The general idea was to focus on the famous assassination scene, which involves a lot of umbrellas.

I had a great time working again with Eric Skillman and designer F. Ron Miller who did all of the type.

I’ll post the other 4 illustrations I did for the interior when it’s released in February.

geisterstadt:

 
geekfusion:

Strange women distributing swords is no basis for a system of government!
geekfusion:

Strange women distributing swords is no basis for a system of government!
geekfusion:

Strange women distributing swords is no basis for a system of government!
geekfusion:

Strange women distributing swords is no basis for a system of government!
geekfusion:

Strange women distributing swords is no basis for a system of government!
geekfusion:

Strange women distributing swords is no basis for a system of government!
geekfusion:

Strange women distributing swords is no basis for a system of government!
geekfusion:

Strange women distributing swords is no basis for a system of government!

geekfusion:

Strange women distributing swords is no basis for a system of government!

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indypendent-thinking:

Le Feu Follet/ The Fire Within (1963, directed by Louis Malle) – Poster by Hans Hillmann