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Interstellar

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By ChrisBMurray   |   
Published: November 3, 2014
Interstellar. A full page illustration in tomorrow's The New Yorker magazine.

Prints available here - chrisbmurray.bigcartel.com/pro…
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Earth-DreamersHobbyist General Artist
Awesome work! Just rewatched the movie and gotta say, it was inspiring as heck
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ChrisBMurrayProfessional Traditional Artist
Thanks!  Sure is!
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yanezdeltaHobbyist Digital Artist
This is awesome, it captures completely the essence of the film.
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ChrisBMurrayProfessional Traditional Artist
Thank you!!
NukkeaMufiin's avatar
Really? No-one's gonna say how derpy Matthew's face in this picture looks? Not that i think the illustration is bad, i think its great and the movie too, but damn his face just looks... derpy :D
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ChrisBMurrayProfessional Traditional Artist
Isn't his face always....derpy?!
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PeculiarPancakesStudent Digital Artist
Amazing work! I love this movie.
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ScorpidilionProfessional Photographer
great work :thumbsup: ;)
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TheCorinnaHobbyist Traditional Artist
love it!
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profchaos354Professional Digital Artist
really great style and composition. Wonderful work!
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Alexgv-artStudent Digital Artist
very cool!
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AndreaSchillaciProfessional Traditional Artist
VOXSON!!!
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PraysForAPranksterProfessional Digital Artist
This is amazing. I loved the film to bits. I don't think it got as much love as it deserved.
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I love the pic.
But some people said it was stupid, boring and make no sense.

Quentin Tarantino praised for Christopher Nolan's skills and defending the movie.

 Tarantino talks to the Guardian,"It’s actually old film-making craft. He’s calling up directors who don’t give a shit, and dealing with their apathy, and trying to explain to them how important [film] is. I would want to punch them in the fucking face. But being British, he actually rises above all of that and tries to be diplomatic about it. I think it goes very well to the respect that they hold him in. It’s not just a dollars and cents thing. Christopher Nolan would be just as good of a filmmaker as he is, just as a potent filmmaker as he is if he was making movies in 1975. Or, if he was making movies in 1965. I’d like to see Chris Nolan’s version of The Battle of Bulge. That would be fucking awesome."
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Battle of the Bulge, I'd love to see that done by him
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ChrisBMurrayProfessional Traditional Artist
Agreed 100%
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Who ever thought that Tarantino is a Nolan fan.
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Miku-MishuHobbyist Digital Artist
Waaaw... I totally love it! Nice work!
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ChrisBMurrayProfessional Traditional Artist
thank you!
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ChrisBMurrayProfessional Traditional Artist
thanks man, prints are available here - chrisbmurray.bigcartel.com/cat…
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Hey just a heads up, someone is selling this image on redbubble and I'm guessing it's not you. Also I'm completely in awe of your work, incredible stuff!
www.redbubble.com/people/andra…
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