Alien 1979

High on the hype for the then-upcoming Alien: Covenant, I created this humble homage poster for the original Alien movie.

This 1979 cult film pitted Ellen Ripley, her crew of humans, and their cat Jonesy, against the now-classic H.R. Giger-designed xenomorph.

I hoped to capture the original movie poster color palette and typography with a minimal vector-based illustration that shows Ripley in a late film scene, wearing a spacesuit where the helmet offers a brief reflection of the alien creature. The red glow preconizes the upcoming xenomorph ejection into the cold and void of space.

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