BR Graphics Library Update: April, 2019

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Looks like 268 individual entries. Some are non-canonical ideas of my own for my personal BR projects, some might be simple color variations, some are just real-world logos that (may have) appeared in BR1. Some are even from Ridleygrams and Syd Mead concept art.

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Blade Runner (1982): Kirin Beer Bottle

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Among its many smaller enigmas, the original BR is a forest of mysterious bottles used as props and set dressing. Foremost among these are the 2019 Johnny Walker Black Label bottle and the Smirnoff de Czar bottles, but there are others. One is the elusive, tall ‘craft bottle,’ the labels of which recently turned up at auction. But this post is about another bottle, buried deep in the background: a Kirin beer bottle.

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Support the Blade Runner Fan Film “Slice of Life” on Kickstarter

Do you like Blade Runner? Of course you do! Do you like practical miniatures? Of course you do!

Now it’s time for you to do a man’s job and support the Blade Runner fan film “Slice of Life” on Kickstarter!

Magnificently beautiful to look at, and hand-crafted with meticulous care and attention to detail, and with the greatest of respect for the original, this independent homage to BR is a worthy recipient of your support.

Spread the word, and enjoy your Slice of Life!

Blade Runner 2049: Bento Boxes & Bottle

As seen in the film / on set:

We’ve also gotten some good shots on the props on display at SDCC 2017, so I’ve been able to ID some of the boxes & the bottle (below the jump):

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Blade Runner-Inspired MetroKab Cards For Sale

Inspired by Blade Runner, and designed by me, these fan-made, non-canon ‘wallet stuffers’ are now available on eBay and the RPF:

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I have endeavoured to capture not only the style of the 1982 sci-fi film, but also somewhat maintain the technical limitations of the period (to a certain degree). My card has a very simple, limited palette of colors, no holograms, no embossed text, no full-color graphics, no QR codes, etc. My card is four-color process printed on a thin, flexible plastic stock; thinner and softer than a credit card, but more durable than paper cardstock.

MetroKab Card eBay Listing

And also available in the Project Runs section of the RPF’s junkyard, for members, wherein I will offer certain, limited international shipping.