Famous Frames exclusive roster of artists service a variety of clients in the entertainment industry. From layouts for photo shoots, concept illustration for print and on-air marketing to event renderings and of course, what we are famous for traditional shootingboards for movies and television. Highlighting some of the 2016 Golden Globe Award nominees, we capture the broad spectrum of contributions our artists make in these critically acclaimed projects.
With 2 nominations for best television series - musical or comedy & best performances by an actress in a television series musical or comedy we have HBO’s VEEP. Famous Frames artist David Larks was called on to concept key art frames for the network to be used for promotion of the show.
David Lark's key art frames for VEEP:
In the Best Original Song Category, “Love Me Like You Do” from Fifty Shades of Grey, film storyboard artist Vincent Lucido worked closely with the director to evoke the heat between the lead characters.
Vincent Lucido's sequence from Fifty Shades of Grey:
Additionally Famous Frames artists Darek Gogol and Collin Grant helped storyboard Fast & Furious 7 which was also up for a best song nod with “See you again”.
Darek Gogol's storyboards for Fast & Furious 7:
Collin Grant's storyboards for Fast & Furios 7
The Hateful Eight nominated for Best Screenplay as well as grabbing the win for best original score, had artist Shari Wickstrom paired with a top entertainment marketing company to deliver a variety of sketches that would be turned into posters for the film.
Shari Wickstom's poster art for The Hateful Eight:
Orange Is the New Black was nominated for Best Television series- musical or comedy. Prior to Orange Is the New Black season 3 premiere, Netflix announced “OrangeCon,” the invitation only event in which fans could meet the dramedy’s cast members, hear panel discussions and more. Famous Frames artist Peter Vu created experiential renderings for the New York City premiere event.
Peter Vu's experiential designs:
Shootingboards by Mercer Boffey were brought to life for American Crime, nominated for Best Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television. Mercer worked with ABC to illustrate a difficult scene for one of the main characters (Alonzo). Mercer also drew a sequence of storyboards for the character “Barb” for which actress Felicity Huffman was nominated as best actress.
Mercer Boffey's American Crime storyboard:
Artist Mercer Boffey also worked on FOX’s Scream Queens with best actress nominee Jamie Lee Curtis, and How To get Away With Murder which honored Viola Davis with a best actress nomination.
Scream Queens storyboards by Mercer Boffey:
How To Get Away with Murder storyboards by Mercer Boffey:
Another Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series Drama nominee was Eva Green for her role as Vanessa in Show Times Penny Dreadful Famous Frames Artist Mike Deweese created these dreamy mood boards for the show.
Mood boards by Mike MeWeese for Penny Dreadful:
These nominees are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the work that Famous Frames artists create for the entertainment industry. To view more work take a look at our Famous Work and the Film and Television categories.