Senior Illustrator Shae Shatz worked on Ghostbusters: Answer The Call concept art. Recently Shae Shatz shared twenty Ghostbusters: ATC illustrations at the Ghostbusters section of her site.
From Shae Shatz:
GHOSTBUSTERS WAS AN AMAZING OPPORTUNITY TO WORK WITH A GREAT GROUP OF TALENT. UPON WORKING WITH PRODUCTION DESIGNER JEFFERSON SAGE, WE QUICKLY FOCUSED ON DEVELOPING A VISUAL LANGUAGE FOR THE GHOSTBUSTERS EQUIPMENT. STARTING WITH THE RAT TRAP, WE WERE SEARCHING FOR SOLUTIONS THAT WOULD SUPPORT GHOSTBUSTERS MODEST ROOTS THROUGH OBJECTS THAT WERE BUILT OUT OF REPURPOSED AND OFTEN HEAVY-DUTY ELECTRONICS. WITH THESE PILLARS IN MIND FELLOW ILLUSTRATOR ANNIS NAEEM AND I WERE COLLABORATING CLOSELY TO CREATE CONSISTENCY BETWEEN THE OBJECTS HE WAS DESIGNING AND THE ONES I WAS MAKING.
With respect to Shae Shatz we won’t share any additional concept images at our site. We highly encourage ghostheads to spend some time at Shae Shatz Creative.
Gallery nineteen eighty eight and artist Scott C. are selling the above limited Ghostbusters print as part of Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary. It goes on sale tonight at midnight ET/9 PM PT. It’ll be available until May 30 for $70 USD.
Photo Source: Gallery nineteen eighty eight 30th Anniversary
Dear Gallery 1988,
We’re very sorry Onionhead (more commonly known as Slimer) left our corporate headquarters, made his way to the Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary art show and left a trail of ectoplasmic residue on the walls, ceilings, and some of the fantastic art work.
Our skilled and experienced Ghostbusters have been to Gallery 1988 to bring Slimer back, with as minimal damage as possible. We’ll take care of, at no expense to your gallery, artists, and patrons clean up of aforementioned premises and valuable art work using state of the art methods.
If their are additional expenses, let us know at your earliest convenience. Our senior administrative and financial officer will expedite a wire transfer.
Again, we’re very sorry.
Sincerely, Richard Roy, Chief Operating Officer
Photo Source: The Verge
Who ya gonna draw? *groans*
If you weren’t able to attend the opening of Gallery 1988‘s Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary Art in New York City, our friends at Nerd Evolution filmed a video to share with ghostheads around the world.