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“The Wicker Man” (1973)Sorry for the lack of new art, but some of them takes a little bit more time to get to the point where we feel proud of. (or maybe my auto-criticism is only getting worst hahaha)This is my latest addition to building my portfolio towards more movie, book poster related stuff, and also to my ongoing series “13″ which will end whenever I have 13 themed horror designs. (still 9 to go!!)I’m still creating some original work, but this has been an amazing learning so far…

Illustrator in a fine line between magical realism and full madness. Behance: soulza Tumblr: soulzaillustration ||

“Kid & Donuts”Had such fun doing this one!Just wanted to do a kid eating a donuts, simple like that. I think I had some classic Norman Rockwell in mind, But of course I did it my way and added ODB on his cap! (for those of you who don’t know that stands for Old Dirty Bastard, Wu Tang’s late MC).It came out as iconic as I wished it to be. Goes to say that sometimes less is more.(second of the year!!let’s keep this flow going!!)See it also at:Behance/ Fan Page...

“Into the Wild” Base on the book and movie of the same name. And the adventurous life of Christopher McCandless. One of my favorite movies of all time (the book is good too, but the movie is better), with one of the best soundtracks to go with (although I’m not a fan of Pearl Jam, Eddie Vedder nailed it this time). About the need to live life at it’s fullest the way that fits you better. We can all learn from that. Still don’t know what I’m going to do wit...

http://teespring.com/prosperity-shirt001_copy_1 Soulza Illustration (art/ life/ dumb stuff) | via Tumblr ☺ ☺. ☻

“Gone Girl”Another alternate movie poster, as this is what I’m focusing since the beginning of this year. Hope to build my portfolio towards this, so I have a nice body of work till the end of the year with this theme.This was one of the most interesting movies I’ve seen last year. I didn’t expect much of it, but it’s a great thriller with one of the most badasses master of crime I’ve ever seen in movies. They wen’t full psycho with this. (and Rosamund Pike should at least ...