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Blade Runner Fan Poster

Victo Ngai

Sometimes I am big fan enough to make fan art, this is one of the times. Very excited to share my privately commissioned fan poster for one of my favorite movies- Blade Runner. They are 10 and 9 colors 24X36″silkscreen prints respectively.

It was fun making the slight variations between the regular and the variant (aka replicants) edition. Besides the change of colors, there are 10 differences in total, can you find them all?  If you look closely enough, you may just catch the glimpse of a silver disc in Rachel and the owl’s eyes. 

How can you get your paws on one, you asked? Unfortunately these are not for sale… Sorry!

The original model sheet for Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote (known here as “Don Coyote”). Graphite and colored pencil on paper, trimmed and glued to a 12 field sheet of animation paper, 10.5″ x 12.5″, by Chuck Jones, circa 1945. 

Although their first appearance was in 1949′s “Fast and Furry-ous”, their development as characters began considerably before then. Remember that the three animation units at Warner Bros. were producing a new 6 - 8 minute cartoon every 10 months, with at least three cartoons in different stages of production at any given time.