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“Futura: An Art show tribute Wes Anderson.” – June 2nd – Chicago Arts District Gallery 27

On June 2nd, The Chicago Arts District Gallery 27 will be unveiling “Futura: An Art show tribute to Wes Anderson”

Fans of Wes Anderson can attend to celebrate the release of “Moonrise Kingdom,” by purchasing a limited edition print or original artwork created by talented artists, designers, and illustrators from all over the world. Gallery 27 doors will officially open on Saturday, June 2nd from 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm. Free to get in and free to view the exclusive works of Chicago and the world’s best and brightest artists.

[flyer by Derek Eads]

Tribute Posters Out of Toronto

Toronto-based artist & designer Ibraheem Youssef has created some gorgeous, clever movie poster redesigns for Wes Anderson films, as well Tarantino films. Youssef produces concise illustrations that fall somewhere between elegant and raw.

IbraheemYoussefPosters

The first wave of these redesigns has earned a lot of attention around the internet. We here at Rushmore Academy have also taken note, and an exclusive Rushmore//Youssef surprise is in the works. It’s a cliffhanger, so keep checking back for more details.

In the meantime, you can purchase the released-as-yet posters in 2 sizes at Ibraheem Youssef’s shop.

Pentagram Partner Designs ‘Making of FMF’ Book

MakingOfFantasticMrFox

Prestigious design firm Pentagram has put together the art book, The Making of Fantastic Mr. Fox, which will cover the extensive detail and development of Wes’s first animated film. Pentagram partner Agnus Hyland headed up the design team who worked on the book.

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Wes-inspired art

From Les Herman:

Update: if you are interested in prints, please contact lesliepherman(at)gmail.com.

Wes Anderson

The Darjeeling Limited

From Phil:

“At the Movies” (starting in the front row, left to right: Terry Gilliam, Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick, Wes Anderson, Jim Jarmusch, Joel Coen, Ethan Coen, Hal Ashby, Woody Allen, Paul Thomas Anderson, Werner Herzog, Michel Gondry, Martin Scorsese,  David Lynch, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, François Truffaut, Sidnet Lumet)