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Months of Meryl: THE RIVER WILD


"Great post and comments. Yes, Streep had to navigate the rough waters of being in her 40's! I do think she smashed through the glass ceiling for women since she persevered and then became an even bigger star in her 50's." - Sister Rona

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Tuesday
Feb192013

Curio: Oscar Art 2013

Alexa here. Fan art is really going mainstream this year, with the Oscar website featuring some amazing screenprints commissioned by Gallery1988 for the nominated films. Check out the entire Gallery1988 gallery here; I'm especially fond of this Django Unchained landscape by Mark Englert. My Oscar anticipation lead me to seek out even more creations celebrating films that are part of the Oscar conversation this year; here are some favorites from etsy and tumblr and flickr and the like. Happy Oscar week!

Watercolors for Beasts of the Southern Wild, Django Unchained, and Argo, by Julian Birchman.


Many more after the jump...

Silver Linings Playbook poster by Jon Glanville.


Hushpuppy creations by Kyle T. Webster, Alex Kittle, and Artur Mierzwa.

 

Argo posters by Ojasvi Mohanty (wish he'd checked his spelling) and L.L..


The Master by Alex Kittle.

Brave by Fox and Dragon.Les Miserables sketch by EQzazart.


Amour by L.L.

 

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Reader Comments (3)

There's something frightening about Amanda Seyfried's eyes in the Les Miz poster.

February 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJames

there's something frightening about ALL the eyes on that poster.

February 19, 2013 | Registered CommenterNATHANIEL R

That poster for Argo ( the one on the right, in black and white) is simply brilliant. Terrific work.

February 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterFrankoix

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