Fans of cult films can rejoice, as the Brandon Autry movie illustrations bring back favorite characters with a twist. The South Carolina-based graphic artist pays tribute to Ferris Bueller's Day Off, The Royal Tenenbaums and Mean Girls in his new series of artwork. The collection, available to view on his Tumblr, is an ongoing project and is fueled by his own tastes and viewer requests.
What sets Autry apart from other designers is his creative use of patterns and colors, blending the clothing of the characters into the background. Through his simple designs, he captures the essence of each character through his or her facial expressions. My favorite is definitely the Cameron Frye interpretation from the John Hughes 1986 classic.
The Brandon Autry movie illustrations are a great way to revisit classic comedies. Check out his website to make your own requests!
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