We talked Robin L. Miller, prop master of Grand Budapest Hotel, about the film’s set pieces, including this newspaper written by Wes Anderson. “It was months and months of coming up with typefaces. You can read all those composed stories even though it’s just a quick flash.”
This print will be travelling form New York to Los Angeles, and Chicago before heading to San Diego Comic Con. Ahh so excited to finally share it!
'Who You Gonna Call?'
Gicleé Print numbered edition of 30
The Double, 2013 (dir. Richard Ayoade)
And once the pain goes away, that’s when the real battle starts. Depression, boredom… You feel so fucking low, you want to fucking top yourself.
Colour Coding in Elephant according to Gus Van Sant
- YELLOW: “Only two characters dress in Yellow, and they both work to save people. Yellow shows that these people are… angels, of a sort.”
- RED: “Red represents death. Although not everyone who wears red, or is near red, dies, everyone loses something. Everyone. Even the exits in this school are red, if you look.”
- BLUE: “In the last 20 minutes, the film goes blue/white. It becomes gloomy, and dark. This is because Eric and Alex have taken over the film and now we see things filtered through their palette.”