SPECIAL EVENTS


MEET DREW STRUZAN JOINS the BACK TO THE FUTURE REUNION with Michael J Fox AT FAN EXPO DALLAS

Legendary poster artist and fan favorite Drew Struzan to appear at Fan Expo Dallas in Dallas, TX April 7-8 in the Galactic Gallery booth. 
Drew's signing times will be posted here soon. A selection of posters, and higher end lithographs, and giclées will be available in limited quantities first come-first served.  For event details, tickets, etc. click here:: FANEXPODALLAS

DREW STRUZAN BIO: Drew started out as a kid who eventually spent a heck of a lot of time at Art Center College of Design picking up tips on drawing and painting.  Then he got into doing album covers when there were still such things and when people liked to hang the artwork on their walls.  It was fun and kinda crazy in those days.  After all, it was the 60s and 70s.  Everyone had fun.  Then Hollywood came calling and Drew answered the phone.  He did a heck of a lot of the movie posters you saw in the 80s and 90s.  He did stuff like Star Wars and Indiana Jones.  Have you seen his work?  That was when studios thought it was cool to use art on their posters and people liked to hang them on their walls.  After that, directors asked for him by name.  Guys like Frank Darabont and Guillermo Del Toro and Drew did a lot of work that way up until he retired at the end of 2015 upon finishing his piece for Star Wars Episode VII.  Now he's here saying hello to those keeping the faith.  Welcome.

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MEET DREW STRUZAN AT MONDO Con

Legendary poster artist and fan favorite Drew Struzan to appear at MondoCon in Austin, TX November 4-5 in the Galactic Gallery booth. 

For event details, tickets, etc. click here: MONDOCON

DREW STRUZAN BIO: Drew started out as a kid who eventually spent a heck of a lot of time at Art Center College of Design picking up tips on drawing and painting.  Then he got into doing album covers when there were still such things and when people liked to hang the artwork on their walls.  It was fun and kinda crazy in those days.  After all, it was the 60s and 70s.  Everyone had fun.  Then Hollywood came calling and Drew answered the phone.  He did a heck of a lot of the movie posters you saw in the 80s and 90s.  He did stuff like Star Wars and Indiana Jones.  Have you seen his work?  That was when studios thought it was cool to use art on their posters and people liked to hang them on their walls.  After that, directors asked for him by name.  Guys like Frank Darabont and Guillermo Del Toro and Drew did a lot of work that way up until he retired at the end of 2015 upon finishing his piece for Star Wars Episode VII.  Now he's here saying hello to those keeping the faith.  Welcome.

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MEET DREW STRUZAN AT boston comic con 

Legendary poster artist and fan favorite Drew Struzan to appear at both Boston Comic Con (August 11-13)  in the Galactic Gallery booth. 

Drew's signing times will be posted here soon. A selection of posters, and higher end lithographs, and giclées will be available in limited quantities first come-first served.  For event details, tickets, etc. click here: BOSTON COMIC CON

DREW STRUZAN BIO: Drew started out as a kid who eventually spent a heck of a lot of time at Art Center College of Design picking up tips on drawing and painting.  Then he got into doing album covers when there were still such things and when people liked to hang the artwork on their walls.  It was fun and kinda crazy in those days.  After all, it was the 60s and 70s.  Everyone had fun.  Then Hollywood came calling and Drew answered the phone.  He did a heck of a lot of the movie posters you saw in the 80s and 90s.  He did stuff like Star Wars and Indiana Jones.  Have you seen his work?  That was when studios thought it was cool to use art on their posters and people liked to hang them on their walls.  After that, directors asked for him by name.  Guys like Frank Darabont and Guillermo Del Toro and Drew did a lot of work that way up until he retired at the end of 2015 upon finishing his piece for Star Wars Episode VII.  Now he's here saying hello to those keeping the faith.  Welcome.