Ridley Scott Trilogy by Candykiller

Posted by The Daily Zombies Thursday, April 17, 2014

Three of Ridley Scott's most iconic films are immortalized by Scotland-based artist "Candykiller", AKA Brian Taylor. 



1979's Alien.

1982's Blade Runner. 

1985's Legend.

While the connecting factor of all of the above three films is no doubt being a part of the prolific body of work from celebrated British film-maker Sir Ridley Scott, all three are also undoubtedly all-time classics or self-styled cult films in their own rights.

Here to pay homage to the trilogy of films by Scott, Scotland-based artist "Candykiller", AKA Brian Taylor, conjured an astonishing rendition for these films in an awe-inspiring montage style complete with some truly intriguing color palette. 

Head over to Candykiller's website to purchase these awesome prints and hit the jump to check all three of them out.

Alien
Signed full colour litho print on 140gsm silk finish paper (open edition) 
Size - A2 420mm x 594mm, 16.5" x 23.4" 

$25 / £15 (approx) including packaging and shipping worldwide
 Blade Runner
Signed full colour litho print on 140gsm silk finish paper (open edition) 
Size - A2 420mm x 594mm, 16.5" x 23.4" 

$25 / £15 (approx) including packaging and shipping worldwide

The final piece of the trilogy, Legend has yet to be released.

And here are the close-up shots for maximum impact.


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