An undeniable truth about the Alien franchise – whether that be the films or the comics – is that it always attracts the attention of many incredibly talented artists. Without the work of H.R Giger or Ron Cobb or Mobius, Alien would not have been the success and lasting cultural icon that it has become.
Alien: Covenant was also a showcase of many talented artists. Whether it’s Steve Messing, Carlos Huante or Wayne Hagg, Sir Ridley Scott’s latest Alien film was not void of artistic talent. And now, two of Covenant’s talented artist have the opportunity to showcase the literally hundreds of pieces of artwork they created for the film.
Alien: Covenant – David’s Drawings is a collection of over two hundred pieces of artwork created by Matt Hatton and Dane Hallett to visually depict David’s sad descent into robotic insanity. Their art can be seen decorating the walls of the citadel inside the Engineer necropolis. And this is a book I’ve been excited for ever since Matt and Dane first spoke of it!
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