Red 2

Dan Graphic Design

So I had just returned from my trip to Spain, and got pulled into an email conversation that took me about five minutes to comprehend what I was reading.  Apparently, we were going to be doing the physical release in collaboration with Lionsgate Records for Alan Silvestri’s score to RED 2, and I’d be handling the artwork.  Once I got the assets, I went for a clean and straightforward – albeit very, very red – template layout.  I did have to …

The Bodyguard

Dan Audio Projects, Graphic Design

The third album that was released today was the score album for Alan Silvestri’s The Bodyguard, which I produced and art-directed for La-La Land Records.  Until this project, I actually hadn’t seen the film or heard the music beyond one score track on an old Alan Silvestri promo album.  The music was surprisingly noirish and dramatic, and I really enjoyed putting the album together.  For the artwork, I was able to use the key art imagery which (surprisingly) wasn’t used on …

A Christmas Carol

Dan Movie Reviews

Charles Dickens’ classic tale of redemption, A Christmas Carol, has had numerous film adaptations made over the years.  Probably the best and most revered one is 1951’s Scrooge, starring Alastair Sim as the stingy curmodgeon Ebenezer Scrooge.  Now, director Robert Zemeckis – who has eschewed traditional filmmaking techniques for motion-capture technology – brings us a new version of the holiday classic, re-imagined as a 3D “multi-sensory thrill ride”.  That’s a bit of a stretch, really, but this 3D animated version …