Friday, July 27, 2012

Welcome to Bigfoot National Park

Bigfoot poster by Belgium artist Laurent Durieux (Click to enlarge)
From the AcidFreeGallery Website: 
BIGFOOT - We are excited to share with you Laurent Durieux's latest screen print release. Bigfoot will be for sale during our Myths and Monster's online print release on Friday, 7/27. We are showing you the regular version which will be a 16x24, 6 color, limited edition run of 150. There will also be a variant edition of 75. The variant edition features Glow-in-the-dark ink, slight color variations and changes to the art itself.  (See the variant on Wednesday when we preview the entire Myths and Monsters print release. ) The screen prints are professionally crafted by D&L Screen printing on 100lb Cougar Natural paper. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for a chance to win a free Bigfoot regular print! See the art work and more info about Laurent below:
Check out these variations of the above poster. Bigfoot seems to be missing until you turn out the lights. have to see these  posters for "Welcome to Bigfoot National Forest" by Belgium artist Laurent Durieux.

Alternative version, bigfoot is still in the poster can you see him? (click to enlarge)
Perhaps if we turn out the light?

With the lights off Bigfoot is revealed (click to enlarge)


Born in Belgium, the holy land of beers and cartoons, Laurent Durieux has been a professional illustrator for 20 years. While teaching Graphic design at the College of Advertising and Design in Brussels, he participated to numerous exhibitions all over Europe and is recognized by renowned fellow artists like Ever Meulen, Fran├žois Schuiten, Avril and Beb deum to name a few. Laurent’ vintage (yet modern) style is influenced by the 30’s, 40's and 50’s era and has developed a fascination for “the Future that never was”. In 2010 he was honoured to have been chosen by Canal+ France to create the CGI short film “Hellville”, produced by the famous Director Jean-Jacques Beineix (Betty Blue, Diva...). Critically acclaimed by Variety, “Hellville” was selected at the Annecy, Porto and Chicago International Film Festivals. Laurent is proud to be among, in the word of the prestigious magazine “ARCHIVES”, the 200 best illustrators worldwide.
In 2012, Laurent was approached by legendary alternative poster publisher Mondo (Austin, TX) as well as Los Angeles based poster publisher Dark Hall Mansion to create several licensed edition posters for classic titles like Gigantor (TetsuGin 28-go), Snoopy, King Kong (Martin Scorcese's The film Foundation), The Iron Giant and the Amazing Spider-man...
An image is worth a 1000 words,
So check other sample of his work at

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