Doaly is one of our 30×30 exhibition artists, and in this series of showcases we aim to show and tell you a little more about the artist, their work and why they chose the film they will be creating work for.
The Running Man (1987)
A wrongly convicted man must try to survive a public execution gauntlet staged as a game show.
About the Artist
Doaly is a UK based graphic designer / digital Illustrator with a passion for storytelling. His work is characterised by the very subject matter he is dealing with, creating a sympathetic aesthetic treatment to capture the essence of the piece.
He has worked on many great projects over the years for some incredible clients including Pixar, Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm, FOX, BBC and more.
Although specialising in illustration and poster art, Doaly also has a passion for all forms of design and loves to experiment with new mediums and different forms of story telling.
Why did you choose this film?
Arnie was such a big part of growing up, that I leapt at the chance to do a poster for the Running Man. It’s not a property that has had an extensive amount of art created for it so I could go in with hopefully a fresh take and experiment a little.
Any upcoming projects you want to tell us about?
Theres nothing in particular that I’m allowed to say at this point but you will see men/women in tights feature in some of my up and coming pieces/projects.
Be sure to check out all of Doaly’s work, and we’ll be sure to share some teases of this Arnie classic real soon.