Perhaps it’s the colours, perhaps it’s just his style, but I can’t help but love Tim Doyle’s artwork. I even have a piece of his framed in my office. When I saw that Tim had produced a piece of art inspired by John Landis’ 1980 comedy Blues Brothers, I knew this was a piece I had to own and it does not disappoint!
Produced for Galerie F’s booth at Chicago Renagade Craft Fair, this piece features Chi-Town’s very own Jake and Elwood Blues looking as cool as ever!
As a huge fan of both Batman and the artwork of Tim Doyle, we really dropped the ball on this one! Earlier in the week French Paper Art Club announced that they had partnered with Geek-Art to work with Warner on an art project celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Dark Knight; “One Year of Batman”.
Working with artists from the around the World, French Paper Art Club will be releasing a series of projects sharing their vision of the Batverse. Their debut release in the new series of officially licensed Batman prints is “Gotham Police Department” by artist Tim Doyle, which you can see further on in the article.
There are many filmmakers who have produced one or two masterpieces in their careers, but it is a rare thing for them to produce consistently critically acclaimed, commercially successful and just damn exceptional movies. Quentin Tarantino and the Coen brothers are an exception to that rule.
As a celebration of their phenomenal careers, Spoke Art have brought together 60 exceptionally talented artists to interpret their favourite scenes, characters and movies from the filmmakers back catalogues for their upcoming exhibition, ‘Quentin Vs Coen’.