Before Sunset....

This ONE of FOUR movie posters I’m designing, while trying out some new styles. I’m doing  There Will Be Blood, Taxi Drive, Bad Boys, and this one is  Before Sunset  2004  ( A Richard,  Linklater film: Scanner Darkly, Dazed and Confused ) . I tried to experiment with a less cartoonish style than I’m accustomed to, and go for a more pastel and conservative look, given the nature of the subject matter   The Plot of    Before Sunset   (which is the sequel t o  Before Sunrise 1995  ): Jesse, a writer from the US, and Celine, a Frenchwoman working for an environment protection organization, acquainted nine years ago on the train from Budapest to Vienna, meet again when Jesse arrives in Paris for a reading of his new book. As they have only a few hours until his plane leaves, they stroll through Paris, talking about their experiences, views and whether they still love each other, although Jesse is already married with a kid.  The movie is a basically is one long conversation that would fall in the romantic comedy category, so I approached it as such. Here is the fruit of my labor. Thanks for watching. – Joshua Hooper

This ONE of FOUR movie posters I’m designing, while trying out some new styles. I’m doing There Will Be Blood, Taxi Drive, Bad Boys, and this one isBefore Sunset 2004 ( A Richard,  Linklater film: Scanner Darkly, Dazed and Confused) . I tried to experiment with a less cartoonish style than I’m accustomed to, and go for a more pastel and conservative look, given the nature of the subject matter

The Plot of Before Sunset (which is the sequel to Before Sunrise 1995): Jesse, a writer from the US, and Celine, a Frenchwoman working for an environment protection organization, acquainted nine years ago on the train from Budapest to Vienna, meet again when Jesse arrives in Paris for a reading of his new book. As they have only a few hours until his plane leaves, they stroll through Paris, talking about their experiences, views and whether they still love each other, although Jesse is already married with a kid.

The movie is a basically is one long conversation that would fall in the romantic comedy category, so I approached it as such. Here is the fruit of my labor. Thanks for watching. – Joshua Hooper