Focus Features has released some artwork inspired by Joe Wright’s latest film Hanna. The studio sought out artists who “could capture the spirit of the characters and bring them to life in their own mediums.” The resulting product is pretty damn cool. Hanna stars Saoirse Ronan, Cate Blanchett and Eric Bana.
Hit the jump to check out the artwork. And if you haven’t seen Hanna yet, do yourself a favor and make a point to check it out before it leaves theaters.
Here’s the artwork by artists Jock, Aaron Minier and Alan Brooks:
British illustrator Jock “was inspired by the snow but went for a stronger, bolder color choice rather than de-saturated whites. Hanna as the hunter.”
Jock focused on “her being agile and able to leap around so [he] pushed the angle and design of the drawing to be as extreme and as bold as possible.”
Jock’s third image was “inspired by a sequence in the movie — an amazing one-take shot of [Erik] being hunted down by [CIA] agents in a subway.”
American artist Aaron Minier created a scene that included “Erik getting ambushed by a handful of agents in a large room with bright orange pillars” and other action moments from the film.
British born graphic artist Alan Brooks focused on a climatic scene with Marissa Wiegler and her gun. Brooks says “what was previously a scene of tension building soon let’s fly with quick cuts and bullets flying!”