Beauvais on Paper

MadMax_onesheet_UK_TomBeauvais-1Just in case you missed Eddie Shannon of Film on Paper‘s in-depth interview with British poster artist legend, Tom Beauvais, check it out here.(FilmOnPaper)

And while you’re at it, read up on FOP’s other chat with UK designer, Brian Bysouth.


Sketchy Sketchy

I’ve always enjoyed the old-fashioned hand-drawn posters and I’m pretty sure this low-fi style from the 70’s and early 80’s will soon be making a comeback on the indie film scene. (BTW, an artist named J. Isom was credited with the artwork for Honkytonk Man, but I cannot confirm if this same artist also did Breezy.)

Beauvais Beauties!

Starting out as an apprentice to UK legend, Tom Chantrell, Tom Beauvais sketched out quite a colorful path for himself, designing several memorable quads for Mad Max, Honkytonk Man, and Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid.

To learn more about him and British Film Poster artists in general, check out this interesting podcast by Sim Branaghan