Sony is re-releasing 16 cult movie hits on Blu-ray, and each will be wrapped in stunning new artwork. The studio partnered with several Gallery 1988 artists for Project Pop Art, and the new packaging—including Vancouver-based illustrator, screenprint artist, and graphic designer Jeff Boyes' take on Drive—can be pre-ordered exclusively at Best Buy and will be available beginning Nov. 23 for a limited time.
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Illustration by Scott Derby, a Philadelphia-based artist.
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District 9 (2009)
Illustration by Dave Quiggle, a Southern California illustrator who is well known for his work within the music industry and pop culture work for Disney.
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The Fifth Element (1997)
Illustration by Dan Mumford, an illustrator and designer working out of London.
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Easy Rider (1969)
Illustration by DKNG Studios: Dan Kuhlken and Nathan Goldman.
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Leon: The Professional (1994)
Illustration by Jeff Boyes.
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The Karate Kid (1984)
Illustration by Sam Gilbey, whose distinctive and contemporary illustrations and portraits are painted by hand and are inspired by a lifelong passion for popular culture.
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Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
Illustration by Rich Kelly, an illustrator working in Pittsburgh.
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Taxi Driver (1976)
Illustration by James Flames, a storyteller who uses illustration and printmaking to share tales of adventure and inner exploration.
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Illustration by Joey Spiotto, a Los Angeles-based illustrator.
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Illustration by Chris DeLorenzo, a young graphic artist and illustrator working out of Boston.
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Illustration by Anthony Petrie, a commercial artist and product designer living in New York.
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Illustration by Tom Whalen, whose recognizable graphic style can be found on a wide variety of album covers, screenprints, posters, and comic books.
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Kung Fu Hustle (2004)
Illustration by Anthony Petrie.
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Das Boot (1981)
Illustration by Kevin Dart, an art director living in Los Angeles.