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Somerville Theatre Midnight Specials film series

Patreon backers got an early look at this, but one of the freelance projects I’ve done recently is movie-themed, and I wanted to share it with you. It’s a poster for the Somerville Theatre’s upcoming Midnight Specials film series. (In Somerville, Mass.)

So if you’re in that area, definitely check out this film series starting later this month. And if you’re not, just dig on this poster I made for them. It was a hell of a lot of fun to do:


If you’d like to buy one of these, the theater — not me — is planning to sell 11″x17″ posters for $14 and 24″x36″ posters for $30. (These are short, custom print runs, hence the premium cost.) Postage is included (for those of you hailing from the United States). Contact Ian Judge of FEI Theatres (ijudge at for more information!

And if you’re a theater manager interested in commissioning something like this for your theater, definitely shoot me an e-mail! (The “Contact Gordon” link in the footer is your friend.)

Multiplex #655 is running late…

A last-minute-ish production assistant gig on a video shoot (for a web promotion I’m not sure I’m at liberty to discuss at this point) ate into my evenings for the last couple of nights, so Thursday’s Multiplex will be late, I’m afraid. Hopefully it’ll post on Thursday night, but… you know how things go. I only post this because I’d hate for anyone to start thinking that I’m going to make a habit of blowing my update schedule. :(

Anyway. If you’d like something to tide you over ’til then, please check out this a recent hand-drawn illustration I did for ReviverSoft that I thought turned out rather well. I did the portrait of guest blogger Rantz Hoseley also, but I mean the one farther down the page.

(If you didn’t know, I do illustrations for ReviverSoft’s computer tips blog now and then to help pay mah billz. If you’re of the Windows persuasion or you’d just like to occasionally see drawings by me that pertain to computers, subscribe to their RSS feed! And if you have a blog or podcast or website of your own that you’d like to fancy up by commissioning graphics or illustrations for it by me, feel free to shoot me an e-mail — especially if your site has anything to do with comics or movies! Because they’re awesome.)