Another amazing work by Drew S.


Star Wars, ROTS, Drew Struzan Test Illustration

This artwork is created for Star Wars III - Revenge of the Sith by the famous poster artist Drew Struzan, who has created most of the greatest film posters of the past three decades.

When Art comes true in Star Wars :)


Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets, pencil drawing by Drew Struzan


Drew Struzan: Oeuvre

Drew's work still appears in movie theater displays, but how long will his paintings appear in movies because most movie art and design is now created digitally?


Luke and Lea concept before the original Star Wars posters, Drew Struzan

About his career, Struzan has said: "I was poor and hungry, and illustration was the shortest path to a slice of bread, as compared to a gallery showing. I had nothing as a child. I drew on toilet paper with pencils – that was the only paper around. Probably why I love drawing so much today is because it was just all I had at the time.

The one and only, Drew Struzan

Drew's incredible poster art work is amazing. His style, art techniques and influence in the art world and in the movie industry is something that it will last through generations.

Portrait of a Young Man, from the incredible painter and architect, Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino better known simply as Raphael ;)

The Giustiniani family purchased it  between 1799­-1801 by Adam Jerzy Czartoryski. It was lost during the World War II, and its last location was: Czartoryski Museum, Kraków, Poland. The original was stolen by Nazi-German authorities (Hans Frank) in 1939 and it was never returned to the Polish possessor.


Albrecht Dürer, woodcut, The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

When the 27-year-old Dürer published the text of the Book of Revelation with 15 woodcut illustrations, he realized a three-fold ambition. He secured for himself a new source of income, transformed the appearance of the illustrated printed book, and found an outlet for his religious imagination. The Four Horsemen demonstrates how complete was his success.

Michelangelo’s preparatory sketch for the Libyan Sibyl

The male model for the sketch was one of  Michelangelo's studio assistants, just pay attention of the study of the left big toe, amazing


New Mona Lisa discovered, painted in Leonardo's studio

From the left the original made by Leonardo, from the right the one made by
Francesco Melzi, who joined Leonardo around 1506.

The new discovered Mona Lisa, created side by side with the original (that now hangs in the Louvre). This sensational find will transform our understanding of the world’s most famous picture.