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Tuesday
Jan072014

Curio: Screenwriter Love

Alexa here. Josh Abraham is a man of many hats: writer, producer, cartoonist. At his etsy shop he sells some of his artwork that has a film spin; I particularly like his Manic Pixie Dream Girl print, which is updated to include Samantha from Her. In a series of prints he's titled "Screenplay Heroes," Josh has turned his had to sketching some famous writers like Woody Allen and the Coen brothers (in the running for Oscar noms again this year) onto pages of their screenplays. His vaguely Hirschfeld-esque portraits really lend themselves to the black and white pages.

I love the idea of displaying your favorites as a collection. Here are seven fine examples of his work from Nora Ephron to John August...

Nora EphronPaddy ChayefskyWes Anderson

Kevin SmithQuentin TarantinoJohn August
Joel and Ethan Coen

He has completed 32 so far, and even accepts requests on screenwriter and screenplay selection!  And, as another bonus, they're only $9 each! See them all here.

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