Illustrator Tony Stella seems to have a dream job. As far as I can tell he spends his days drawing beautiful posters for Criterion, illustrating and interpreting the best films of the last 100 years. His style utilizes a lot of ink drawings, paired with big colorful swashes of watercolors. The imperfect hand-done style only lends to the charm of the pieces which really captures the spirit of the films, amazing works from directors like François Truffaut and Jacques Tati.
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Found through Notebook