Licensed Artwork

Some Key Projects and Partners

Licensed artwork is artwork that has been granted a license by the intellectual property (IP) or copyright holder for use in specific ways or contexts. This can include things like using a copyrighted image on a t-shirt, using a song in a movie or TV show, or using a character from a book or comic in a video game.

The terms of the license agreement will determine how the artwork can be used and by whom, and will include financial compensation for the use of the artwork.

Over the years I have worked on lots of IP from many franchises. Some of the more recent illustrations, however, have been associated with some of my favorite franchises from books and films in partnership with our friends over at Printed in Blood, PosterPosse, and TitanBooks

Preview of the officially licensed portrait of Mads Mikkelsen as Hannibal

Hannibal, television series

Licensed by Gaumont, through Printed in Blood, we illustrated a portrait of the main protagonist, Hannibal Lecter portrayed by Mads Mikkelsen, from the series Hannibal; produced by Sony Pictures Television for NBC.

All character portraits for this project were required to be approved by the actor’s themselves to ensure it met their standards for likeness.

View details on the project here.

John Carpenter’s Halloween

Created in partnership with Compass International Pictures and Printed in Blood, this is a group project celebrating the classic horror film, John Carpenter’s Halloween.

Preview of the officially licensed John Carpenter's Halloween print
Preview of the officially licensed Aliens Xenomorph Warrior

Aliens

Officially licensed art work by 20th Century Studios, now owned by The Walt Disney Studios, for inclusion in the new art book to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the release of the classic film, Aliens. Published by Printed in Blood and Titan Books.

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Uncial, round 2

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Uncial

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Ballpoint Sans

Finalizing the first release in the expanding Ballpoint family – Ballpoint Sans. A simple sans serif suitable for all occasions.

Denys

Portrait of Robert Redford as Denys George Finch Hatton from Sydney Pollack’s masterpiece, “Out of Africa”, released in 1985.

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