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    Laurent Durieux Is A Modern Day Art Master

    Artist Laurent Durieux is a master when it comes to creating art, specifically screen-printed movie posters. Recently, he launched a solo exhibit featuring brand new artwork focused on iconic films from Hitchcock, and even Back to the Future.

    Though he's spent two decades as a designer and teacher, the 42-year-old Brussels illustrator and graphic artist was only recently discovered in the United States, thanks to a number of high-profile awards and marquee commissions, including a 2013 screenprint of "Jaws", which caught the eye of the film's director, Steven Spielberg. The climb from relative obscurity began, though, in 2011, when Durieux was named one of the world's 200 Best Illustrators by the influential international advertising magazine Lürzer's Archive.

    The majority of his works are complex multi-color screen prints, with a unique style for film posters.


    The Iron Giant

    The Master

    Die Hard

    Recently, he opened his first solo art exhibit at the famed Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas.

    The art for this show featured a collection of prints based on the works of Alfred Hitchcock, as well as other genre titles, including Back to the Future, Forbidden Planet, and more!

    Back to the Future

    Back to the Future Part II

    The Birds

    Rear Window



    Forbidden Planet

    Creature from the Black Lagoon

    To see more of his spectacular work, visit his website.

    The gallery exhibit is open through March 1st at the Mondo Gallery in Austin, TX.