Style frames from The Road
"Style Frames" are sort of like very rough concept art for movies, meant to evoke a feeling instead of being used a direct reference for set building and the like. Or at least that's what I've inferred from Hugh Marchant's set of images he created for the movie adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's The Road
, which he's graciously post on Flickr
was filmed near Pittsburgh, home of our own Beschizza, who informed me that there is an abandoned turnpike
around there that would be perfect for a post-apoc-themed reader meet-up in the future. I'll bring the meathooks, you bring your own human flesh.
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