A typographic portrait of director David Lynch created from the script of Mulholland Drive (2001). 21,376 words in ITC Machine make the image.
A typographic portrait of Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) created from the complete text of A Study In Scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle. 43,414 words in ITC Benguiat make the image
This is a typographic portrait of David Bowie, created from the lyrics of all his studio albums in chronological order, beginning with the 1967 self titled David Bowie and ending with 2016's Blackstar. 57,815 words in Metal Lord font make the image.
A typographic alternative poster for Fight Club, created from the entire script. 28,087 words in A Love of Thunder font.
This is a typographic portrait of Christopher Reeve as Superman (1978) created from the screenplay of Superman The Movie. 26,729 words in ITC Serif Gothic make the image.
Han Solo in carbonite. Made from the script of The Empire Strikes Back using ITC Serif Gothic.
Limited edition of 10 life size block mount prints.
Available exclusively from Artpistol.
A typographic recreation of the One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest poster, made from the entire screenplay of 25,156 words in Gotham Ultra
A typographic recreation of the Chinatown poster, created from the entire script of 26,026 words in Rudelsberg.
This is a typographic portrait of David Bowie created from the script of "The Man Who Fell To Earth" 20,961 words in Metal Lord. The images show a basic build up of the portrait.
Available at Artpistol
Typographic recreation of the poster for The Princess Bride, made from the screenplay of 21,878 words in VictorianD.
Poster for Stanley Kubrick's The Shining, typographically created from the screenplay, 22,437 words in Impact.
Created from the screenplay of 30,899 words in Franklin Gothic.
Created from the The Dark Knight screenplay of 30,899 words in Franklin Gothic.
The posters for Sam Raimi's Evil Dead trilogy recreated from their respective screenplays in Evil Dead font.
A typographic recreation of the Labyrinth poster, made from the screenplay, 20,043 words in Gramophone font.
Recreation of the poster for the movie V For Vendetta. It is made up the entire screenplay of 26,209 words in Futura font.
Here the entire script of the film is presented as a single sheet print of 26,729 words in Gotham Ultra font (to annoy Batman) to create the poster for the 1978 Christopher Reeve blockbuster..
A typographic remake of Lawrence Nobles' tribute to Ralph McQuarrie Star Wars poster. Created from the entire script of the film. 31,000 words in News Gothic font.
This is the 1977 Tom Chantrell Star Wars - A New Hope cinema poster, recreated from the script of the movie. 32,593 words in News Gothic font make up the image
Noriyoshi Ohrai's poster for The Empire Strikes Back recreated from the entire shooting script of 36,312 words in Franklin Gothic font.
The Big lebowski movie poster recreated from the entire script, 21,703 words in Block font.
The poster of Wes Andersons' The Grand Budapest Hotel recreated using the entire film script. 28,836 words in Archer font.
The 1933 King Kong posters from the USA, France and Denmark recreated using the entire script. 20,963 words in Showcard Gothic font.
The poster for the 1931 Tod Browning version of Dracula starring Bela Lugosi created from the entire script of the movie. 6,036 words in Showcard Gothic font make up the image.
This is a limited edition typographic portrait of Boris Karloff as Frankenstein's monster, it is created from the complete book by Mary Shelley. All 75,064 words of it.
It is a very limited run of 24 prints at 72 x 100 cm (28.34 x 39.37 Inch)
The original poster for Jaws recreated using the entire script. 28,042 words in Gill Sans Ultra Bold font.The original poster for Jaws recreated using the entire script. 28,042 words in Gill Sans Ultra Bold font.
A typographic remake of the Holy Grail poster, created from the Unofficial Script. 21,122 words in Slackey font.
A typographic recreation of the poster for Alfred Hitchcock's 1954 film Rear Window. 37,398 words in Showcard Gothic font make the image.
A typographic remake of the poster for Alejandro González Iñárritus' Birdman, created from the entire script of 21,701 words in Bell Gothic font.
This is a portrait of The Life Aquatics Steve Zissou (Bill Murray) made up of aquatic life. (Wee fishes)
Portrait of Debbie Harry
Created from Isaac Asimov's three laws of robotics
A typographic recreation of the poster for Terry Gilliam's 1998 Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas made from the shooting script of 22,721 words in Foxscript font.
Two portraits of author of Hunter S. Thompson this time, created from his book Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas. 52,707 words in Truetypewriter font.
The poster for 2001 A Space Odyssey typographically recreated from the shooting script. 15,263 words in Futura font.
The poster for Terry Gilliam's Brazil recreated from the screenplay. 33,332 words in Kaffeehaus Neon font.
Saul Bass' poster for Hitchcock's Vertigo is recreated using the entire screenplay of 30,843 words in Hitchcock font.
The Italian poster for The Wizard of Oz recreated from the screenplay (in English). 32,425 words in VictorianD.
Made from the shooting script of 28,419 words in Lithos Pro font.
Based on John Alvin's artwork No Choice Pal, recreated from the screenplay. 23,267 words in Revue font.
These are typographic recreations of the Hungarian posters for the Star Wars trilogy, originally painted in oils by Tibor Helényi.
Made from the screenplays in Franklin Gothic.
John Carpenter's The Thing, typographically recreated from the screenplay. 22,268 words in Impact.
The top comedy film of the 20th century, starring Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemon. Here the original poster is recreated from Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond's script. 28,976 words in Phosphate solid.
The poster for Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom typographically recreated using the script. 24,978 words in Archer Pro Bold.
The poster for Wes Anderson's The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou typographically recreated from the script. 32,342 words in Archer Pro Bold.
The poster for Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel typographically recreated from the script. 28,836 words in Archer Pro Bold.