Movie director portraits by Julian Rentzsch
“Always make the audience suffer as much as possible.” This quote by Hitchcock is painted onto paper and made into one of the remarkable art prints by Julian Rentzsch. Collaborating with Stellavie, the artist made a series of movie director artworks that are full of visual references. First in the series is Alfred Hitchcock portrait, covered in scenes from his movies such as Rear Window and Psycho.
Rentzsch has also painted Stanley Kubrick, with the quote “If it can be written, or thought, it can be filmed” and scenes from 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange and other classics. Quentin Tarantino and his iconic style also translate well to print. Kill Bill, Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs are some of the movies the once independent director is accompanied by.
Martin Scorsese with Taxi Driver makes for a fourth edition, followed by the eccentric Tim Burton. Last is the Mulholland Drive director David Lynch.
The portraits are printed on heavy, textured cotton paper and are a result of Rentzsch’ drawing, typographic and illustrative skills. He combined handwork with digital artistry to create every movie buff’s dream.
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