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Artwork for Movies

MOVIE/TELEVISION ARTWORK:
Need artwork done for you movie? It can be featured or in the background, I've done it all. My rates vary depending on the size, scope, and deadline of the project, with a particular intent on not breaking your production budget. So e-mail me at info@teddwalley.com and let's discuss the parameters of your project.

I typically work with a 50% non-refundable deposit before work begins, and prefer to work under signed contracts over verbal agreements.

Contact me directly here via Behance so we can discuss details for your project and I can answer any questions you might have.
Artwork for Joe Lynch's Netflix film "Point Blank" starring Anthony Mackie, Frank Grillo, and Marsha Gay Harden. My artwork is all over the car wash scene interior. Working with Production Designer Freddy Waff, we created a series of pieces (almost 30) that were then printed on a clear vinyl and put over the windows of a remodeled car wash in Cincinnati, OH. The whole car wash had the look and feel of a retro 50's sci fi art. Each panel represents a plot point in the film without being glaringly obvious. On an interesting note: the car wash, and my images, are still there!

Artwork used for the movie Supercon. That's me with John Malkovich who played the character Sid Newberry (sort of a Stan Lee/Jack Kirby creator). I played myself, but if I were actually a big name in comics I'd have a set up like you see here. Below is the artwork I did for the movie within a movie: CHUM 3D. I'm posing with one of the models for the poster, fellow artist Tim Lattie, and the director Zak Knutson. The concept for the poster was batted around with me and production manager Freddy Waff and the director Zak Knutson. I had so much fun on this set. It inspired me to try and get more involved with movies as both a writer and and an artist.
Background artwork used for NCIS: New Orleans for the character Patton Plame's home.
These were shirt concepts i came up with for the movie Unhinged. Kind of an inside joke within the movie, but although well-received the studio couldn't secure the rights to use Amity from Universal Pictures. They were still fun to create, the concept being, outside of Jaws, these would be shirts you might see in a tourist shop on Amity Isle. Even though rejected, I wound up making one-offs to give to the production manager, Freddy Waff, and his crew for funsies.
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