Recently Sharm has put together this beautiful poster for Michel Gondry’s Mood Indigo for Picture House Cinema’s poster competition.
Now Sharm has just announced a new solo portrait show, “The Many Faces Of Sharm Murugiah”, which will run at Picture House Cinema, Clapham, London, UK from the 22nd of May.
Acting as an adapted retrospective of previous works by Sharm Murugiah, the show will include some of his old favourites from professional projects, some extra portraits from unpublished projects and some brand new portraits. The show is supported by Clapham Picturehouse Cinemas, London, the perfect platform to present a set of movie themed portraits.
Each piece will be unique to the show and will priced at only £40 each and available at Clapham Picturehouse Cinema, London. As the show goes on their will be more and more pieces added and changed and 10% of each sale will go to Charity.
Done right, alternative movie posters can be fantastic works of art. Done wrong, they look like minimalist Olly Moss rip offs. Thankfully Print Club London’s Soho House commissioned series is the former.
Print Club London are currently curating a selection of illustrations and print 12 alternative film posters commissioned by Soho House for their Electric Cinema venue in Notting Hill. Artists Hattie Stewart, HelloVon, Anthony Burrill and Ed Wood have created unique works inspired by World War Z, Lincoln, The Great Gatsby, Gangster Squad, Rush, Anchorman 2, and a few more.
Hunger Games: Catching Fire by Hattie Stewart, edition of 100, £60
Print Club London state on their website that “The poster series was inspired by Soho House designer Ed Wood’s weekly illustrated posters for the Electric Cinema, which soon developed a fan-base of people wishing to buy and take home his designs.”
Head on over to the Print Club London website to have a look at the full series.