Cult Film Illustrations: Pulp Fiction to Star Wars
Ale Giorgini is a vector illustrator from Venice, who has a peculiar style that merges geometric and descriptive traits.
Ale Giorgini is a vector illustrator, painter, cartoonist, comics creator from Venice – Italy, who has very interesting style that merges geometric and descriptive traits. It’s a mixture of minimalism, contemporary and retro.
He developed a new visual language that is perfect for communicating concepts and situations using a small amount of simple forms and flat colors. Despite of all that simplicity his works are not cold, but always lively and cheerful.
Lately Ale had fun recreating cult film posters like Pulp Fiction, Star Wars or Reservoir Dogs and city landscapes on his own unique and very cartoony and geometric way. Their ‘old-fashioned’, minimalistic touch makes them look perfect on any wall.
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