Any Hitchcock fans out there? I just did this piece for an upcoming show. You’ll probably see some classic Film Noir, Musicals, Sic-Fi, and even anime from me in the near future. So much going on and not enough time to get it all done! Medium-Colored Pencil on Mi-Tientes paper Dimensions-16″x20″ Status-Available soon
“It’s important to know when you’ve been beaten, yes?”–Snow White Known widely for his artistic visions(Immortals, The Cell), director Tarsem Singh delivers a creative twist to the classic fairy tale Snow White. It’s funny that I originally didn’t want to see this movie due to the trailers making it seem so goofy, but I actually admired […]
I have two new pieces that will be debuting tonight at Comic-Con in the Acme Archives booth. “Guardian of Peace” and “Mysterious Apprentice”. Both will be available as Giclee on paper and canvas limited edition. I’ll post details on artist proofs soon, if you’re attending Comic Con make sure to stop by Acme’s booth and […]
Client-Acme Archives Direct/Disney Fine Art This poster was originally created for Disney Fine Art to celebrate the Lion King coming back to theatres a few months ago. The original art is sold, and this piece is not yet a limited edition, even though I’ve been told it probably will later on down the road. So […]
It’s finally active, check out my new store for Limited Editions and Artist Proofs! http://bencurtisjones.storenvy.com/ I have just listed both “Dreaming” and “Confined” as canvas and paper editions. These artist proofs are very rare while being limited to only 10 pieces for each construction. All art comes signed by me and includes a certificate of […]
I’m looking forward to sharing a new project with everyone based on Disney’s newest version of the classic Snow White story, “Snow White and the Huntsmen”. The art will debut sometime before the release date of the film which is June 1st. Stay tuned..
I’m thrilled to announce I’ll be working with Warner Brothers on creating a new line of fine art in celebration of acclaimed film maker Chuck Jones. In a career spanning over 60 years, Jones made more than 300 animated films, winning three Oscars as director and in 1996 an honorary Oscar for Lifetime Achievement. Among the […]
Production-Paramount Pictures Paris, 1930’s. A young boy named Hugo lives in the walls of a train station where he searches day and night for answers about his fathers death… A little while back I began speaking with my rep in regards to creating a piece for Hugo. We kind of went back and forth about […]