The Art of Laurent Durieux

Posted by The Daily Zombies Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Rejoice yet, fans of Laurent Durieux's impeccable work who are unable to make it to Austin, Texas for the artist's debut solo show at the Mondo Gallery. The Daily Zombies take a look at some of the awe-inspiring pieces of the acclaimed artist.   



We have earlier covered artist Laurent Durieux's first-ever solo show at the Mondo gallery in Austin, Texas by taking a look at the astonishing rendition on three of the very best thrillers of Alfred Hitchcock. We continue to be awestruck by the Brussels illustrator and graphic artist with some of the most impressive body of work on full display at the show. While there is no doubt that procuring these prints is by itself one hell of a task, hit the jump to check out these awesome rendition of classic films from Back to the Future to The Creature of Black Lagoon.


Creatures from the Black Lagoon
By Laurent Durieux

Psycho
By Laurent Durieux



The Day The Earth Stood Still
By Laurent Durieux


Back to the Future
By Laurent Durieux

Back to the Future
By Laurent Durieux
Regular Version

Back to the Future
By Laurent Durieux
Variant Version

Forbidden Planet
By Laurent Durieux
Regular Version

Forbidden Planet
By Laurent Durieux
Variant Version

The Birds
By Laurent Durieux
Regular Version



The Art of Laurent Durieux is currently set to be on display from 7th February to 1st March 2014,

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