5.03.2007

Is he strong? Listen, bud ...

The Blog hears that new Spider-Man 3 movie opens at midnight. Boy, not much buzz on that thing, huh? Wonder if anyone's designing anything on that?

Oh wait, yeah, they are ... The montage above was culled from our portfolio partner NewsPageDesigner last night. We're spotting Randy Palmer's unique style on the upper left there. Anyone else want to claim their work and/or explain the approach?

Let the uploading (and crawling across pages) commence!

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3 Comments:

Anonymous martin gee said...

really??? i should buy my ticket now. damn. i wanted to do a spiderman page and illo. i would have only used black ink for venom and/or spiderman's black costume. i have that secret wars issue and all of todd mcfarlane's amazing spiderman run. i remember buying venom's first appearance (#298) for $1.75 in sf. =P

Thursday, May 03, 2007 5:03:00 AM  
Anonymous Trent Koland said...

The lovely Mr. Potato Head art (aka Spidey Spud) is courtesy of John J. Watkins of the Times of Northwest Indiana. The page was done by Trent J. Koland. Our paper did a different approach to the Spider-Man story ... we ran it in our Kids section, INK, and focused on all of the really cool toys that are coming out for the movie. And of course, our main man SpideySpud led the pack.

Thursday, May 03, 2007 10:32:00 AM  
Blogger Matt Mansfield said...

Thanks for the info on that approach. Sounds fun ...

You can see Trent's portfolio here to get a view of the whole INK page:
www.newspagedesigner.com/portfolios/portfolio1.php?UserID=7152

Send greetings to Mr. Watkins from friends at The Blog!

Thursday, May 03, 2007 11:17:00 AM  

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