Mike Matola Uses Lyrics and Scripts as a Medium for His Movie Posters

By: Kyle Towers - Published: Mar 19, 2013 • References: etsy & ufunk.net
Artist Mike Matola is very calculated when it comes to his movie script art. He uses opening acts and entire scripts to create wonderful pieces that represent each medium. Some of the movie posters Matola has recreated include Pulp Fiction, The Shining and The Big Lebowski. Each of these movies were drawn up with the first act of the film's script.

Mike's art doesn't stop at just cinematic features, he has also covered the internationally recognized Beatles, by using their lyrics to create their faces.

This art form requires a lot of patience and a meticulous work ethic in order to pull off. The scripts and lyrics would need to line up perfectly in order to create the forms and elements that Matola has illustrated. Stats for Intricate Movie Script Art Trending: Older & Average
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