Woody Allen Kids T-Shirts
A humorous caricature illustration of the well-known American and Hollywood director of indie films and actor; Woody Allen. One of a series of caricatures achieved for the Celebrity Sunday series, where a famous person is rendered within a day. The idea is to show them as if in a passport photo to have consistency.
Tags: vintage, midnight-in-paris, annie-hall, comedy, funny
Sleeper is a 1973 futuristic comic science fiction film, written by Woody Allen and Marshall Brickman, and directed by Allen. The plot involves the adventures of the owner (played by Woody Allen) of a health food store who is cryogenically frozen in 1973 and defrosted 200 years later in an ineptly-led police state. The film contains many elements which parody notable works of science fiction.
Tags: silly, funny, comedy, film, movies
When I watched this movie for the tenth time yesterday, yet again I was gripped by this scene, the subtle beauty of the amazing photography of Gordon Willis Jr. and how this scene captures the beauty of New York and Woody Allen films! So I thought I'd make a poster out of it.
Tags: nyc, filmmaker, black-and-white, retro-movies, retro
One of my favourite movies of all times, I sat down one day to try and make an illustration of the official movie poster that was released back in 1977. The illustration rather came out well, I thought I'll make a whole new fan poster out of it...
Tags: woodyallen, woody-allen, 80s-movies, popcorn-classics, retro-movies
"But I did keep my eyes on you, and kept my ears open when you came close to me. I saw the lines chopped across your face by the troubles in time and space. I saw the wind shape your face so the sun could light it up with thoughts and shadows. I remember your face as it was when I saw you. I hear your voice in its own loose words like it spoke when I heard it. I saw the several ways that your eyes got dark and light when you talked. I saw your hopes shine back in your eyes at times when you kept quiet. And even when you kept quiet I could see your wants on your face, because you told me those wants and I made your wants a part of my wants. I told you my troubles and you made my troubles a part of your troubles. You told me the things you knew and I learned how to tell you what I know. You patted your hands while I danced, and held my head in your lap while I cried. But I am thirty-four now, and in these past few years I haven't cried much... I went on and walked down my road, you went on and walked your path. And the weather's winds, snows, sleets, ices, and hailstones cut down the oat straw, beat through the car top, knocked holes in shingles and went through awnings broke window lights, but never separated our works. Your works and my works held hands and our memories never did separate. I borrowed my life from the works of your life. I have felt your energy in me and seen mine move in you." -Woody Guthrie
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