Harry and Walter Go to New York

Here is another example of Drew's ability to change style to accomodate the style and spirit of the film.  The story takes place at the turn of the century so a style reminescent of the art style of the period was used.  A bit Art Nouveau and a bit from Gibson places the film in the proper period.  This time it's pen and ink to mimic that period.  While he uses period characteristics, his composition and powerful design make it completely Drew's work.  Of course his depiction of the personalities is impeccable as always.