Portrait of Daniel Day-Lewis as Hawkeye adapted James Fennimore Cooper’s novel “The Last of the Mohicans” and brought to the big screen by Morgan Creek.
This is one of my favorite films mostly due to the fact that it is a shining example of the illustrated works of N.C. Wyeth brought to the big screen. Almost every scene in this film is an homage to the works of one of America’s greatest illustrators which only reinforces the great story by Cooper.
This seems to be the second in my minimalist attempts at a type-driven alternative movie poster concept for the film to be shared across some of my social networks.
These illustrations were created using custom brushes, textures, and patterns in Corel Painter, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Photoshop.
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