Mike Mahle 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.
A hapless store clerk must foil criminals to save the life of the man who, miniaturized in a secret experiment, was accidentally injected into him.
About the Artist
Mike Mahle is a full-time graphic designer and illustrator from Illinois. With a bachelor’s degree in graphic design, Mike blends design and illustration in a seamless web that relies heavily on layout and color. Mike is a proud member of the Poster Posse and has worked for clients such as Disney, FOX, Sony Pictures, SciFi Now, and Zenescope entertainment.
Why did you choose that film?
“There were a bunch of great films to choose from, but Innerspace immediately jumped out at me. I wanted to tackle a property that hadn’t been done in the modern poster scene. Plus, I have such found memories from watching it as a kid that the choice was simple. Jack Putter to the rescue!”
Below is a little WIP from Mike.
Any upcoming projects you want to tell us about?
In between client work I’ve been slowly putting together a book of artwork centered around a art-deco futurism world, called Empire City. It’s an ever growing/changing project that hopefully will see the light of day soon.