17 Wednesday 17th December 2014
To celebrate the DVD release of Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For, the 71a Gallery in east London is exhibiting the work of Frank Miller, the writer and illustrator behind the graphic novels that inpsired the neo-noir series. You probably won't see the notorious 'curve of under breast' that graced the movie's poster, as the show will focus on Miller's illustrations. But trust us, that is a very good thing.
These meticulous pieces of art shaped the pages that ultimately served as detailed storyboards for the films. As you can see below, they contribute to an incredible catalogue of work.
Sadly, the exhibition is ONE DAY ONLY. So be sure to get yourselves down to Shoreditch on Friday 19 December so you don't miss out.
For more info, check the 71a website.
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