The Lion King

Day 147 of the 2015 Drawing challenge.

“Run. Run away, and never return. ” – Scar


Wild Style

Day 146 of the 2015 Drawing challenge.

Wild Style was one of the first movies (next to Style Wars & Beat Street) to document the upcoming hiphop movement.
In Wild Style NYC graff-legend Lee Quinones plays Zoro who faces a tough balancing act between his art and personal life.
This Zoro-piece is part of a whole-car Lee did.


Ban This

Day 145 of the 2015 Drawing challenge.

When i grew up skateboarding in the Netherlands there were only less than a handful of skate-videos circulating the market.
My favourites were Santa Cruz’s Streets on Fire, H-Street’s Hokus Pokus and Powell’s Ban This. The reason i love them it shows the fun people have riding it wants to make you go out and skate.

This one’s dedicated to the Bones Brigade and Powell’s Ban This because it has some of the sickest (Frankie Hill) and smoothest (Ray Barbee) streetskating ever captured on film.
Lance Mountain built this crate scooter you’ll see in the opening sequence.


James Bond

Day 144 of the 2015 Drawing challenge.

This is not for one James Bond movie but for the whole series.
His trusted pistol is the Walther PPK and of course during the series it has seen its upgrades.
PPK stands for Polizeipistole Kriminalmodell (Police Pistol Detective Model).



Day 143 of the 2015 Drawing challenge.

The helmet of Maximus Decimus Meridius.


Top Gun

Day 142 of the 2015 Drawing challenge.

Maverick and Goose just cruising in their F-14 Tomcat.
After this movie loads of young men wanted to join the airforce.


A Nightmare on Elm Street

Day 141 of the 2015 Drawing challenge.

One of Wes Craven’s masterpieces from 1984.
Freddy Krueger kept kids out of their sleep as much as Jaws kept people out of the water.



Day 140 of the 2015 Drawing challenge.

So many hilarious quotes and situations in this movie it’s difficult to pinpoint a keyscene which explains the title.
Bow the dog knew the burden lay with him. From squeaky toy to a 86 carat diamond it was his key role.



Day 139 of the 2015 Drawing challenge.

This is the original Taxi not the American rip-off which sucked balls.
Luc Besson knows how to make a good popcorn entertaining humorous movie, some of his storylines though wander a bit off.
After seeing the first Taxi i really wanted to get my hands on a Peugeot 406 Samy’s driving but had to settle for a 405. Still killed it though.