Andy Warhol Pop Art Portraits

Andy Warhol Pop Art Portraits

Warner Bros. features released nine movie posters for Johnny Depp and Tim Burton’s a great deal anticipated black Shadows film.

The very stylized (and vaguely Warholian) Pop Art posters showcase the many primary characters: Depp as flamboyant vampire Barnabas Collins, Michelle Pfeiffer as his most loved love Elizabeth Collins Stoddard, Helena Bonham Carter as Dr. Julia Hoffman, Eva Green since the bad witch Angelique Bouchard, Chloe Moretz as Carolyn Stoddard, Jonny Lee Miller as Roger Collins and Jackie Earle Haley as Willie Loomis, all featuring the tagline "unusual is Relative."

These posters provide their purpose well, producing a frisson of anticipation for a campy spin regarding the ‘60s detergent opera about a vampire, a witch, a curse, along with ‘70s style, disco songs, bell-bottoms, also a lava lamp or two.

According to Burton’s accept the first, Barnabas is a moving bachelor whom breaks Angelique’s heart. She after that transforms him into a bloodsucker and buries him live, er, undead. Of course, he escapes after a few hundred many years and discovers himself during the early '70s - much to their horror and everybody else's.

Another newly released however shows the entire cast sitting in an Edwardian drawing room, searching all pale and creepy, instead like Downton Abbey meets The Addams Family.


RELATED VIDEO
Andy Warhol Self-Portrait Art Project
Andy Warhol Self-Portrait Art Project
Pop-Art Portrait vom Foto im Andy Warhol Stil
Pop-Art Portrait vom Foto im Andy Warhol Stil
تعليم رسم البورتريه Andy Warhol Pop Art Portrait Drawing
تعليم رسم البورتريه Andy Warhol Pop Art Portrait Drawing ...
Share this Post

Related posts

Andy Warhol Pop Art food

Andy Warhol Pop Art food

JUNE 27, 2017

A study of Andy Warhol s Pop Art (1960–1978) reveals an artist devoted to everything mass-produced, particularly food. Very…

Read More
Andy Warhol Pop Art prints

Andy Warhol Pop Art prints

JUNE 27, 2017

Above two decades after his death, Andy Warhol remains probably one of the most important numbers in modern art and tradition…

Read More