Drew Struzan and Guillermo Del Toro

Iconic artist Drew Struzan has been tapped to design the poster artwork for Hellboy 2: The Golden Army. Although you may not know his name, you know his work: the indelible images of Star Wars, E.T., Jurassic Park and Harry Potter.

His mashed collages of portraits will bring an artistic sense of nostalgia to del Toro’s latest work. After opting for sleeker, computer-generated designs over the last decade, it seems that a select group of filmmakers is drawing on the past – to artists like Struzan – to create really incredible images to sell their films with.

Our friends over at CHUD have the full story alongside Struzan’s artwork for the first Hellboy. The next installment is unleashed onto the masses on July 11th.

Take a look at Struzan’s work on the Hellboy poster: 

Drew Struzan Hellboy Poster 

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