I’ve been a little obsessed with this guy lately. He’s in my personal top 5 favorite artists on the internet.

Tom Willett is a Canadian illustrator and animator. His work has been used by Disney, Hasbro, Mattel, Disney Imagineering, and the Smithsonian. His illustrations have been published in a variety of magazines such as: Time, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Entertainment Weekly, and National Geographic. His style is whimsical and clean, with a love of the American Midwest.

If you want to give Tom Willett a look, here is a link.

Here is a link to a list of his recent and upcoming illustrations.

I love his illustrations. Especially his designs for the new Star Wars films. His artwork always makes me laugh out loud. His stuff is a joy to look at and enjoy.

Tom Willett has been making beautiful illustrations for the Star Wars films since the first one. He also did the cover art for the first Star Wars movie (in 2008) and also the first ever Star Wars book. He is currently working on a new book called “The Force Awakens” which I really hope is a fan-favorite.

Willett is also a talented illustrator and his work is always on the edge of things, including the recent Star Wars: The Force Awakens book. It’s not a particularly high priority, but if he wasn’t on Deathloop it wouldn’t look the way it does.

For those who don’t know, Willett is a popular illustrator that has worked on almost every Star Wars movie (and most of the Star Wars comics). But he’s not a big Star Wars fan. For one thing, he says he dislikes the sound of “Empire Strikes Back” and “Return of the Jedi.” For another, he’s even turned down a chance to work on the animated movie The Force Awakens.

I think he’d be a pretty good Deathloop villain. He has an annoying habit of walking around with a lightsaber and then forgetting where he is. He also has a nasty habit of being slightly too big for his britches and running around in a bikini when he’s supposed to be on the beach.

Well, if by “not a big Star Wars fan” you mean, “I’m a bit of a Jodie Foster fan,” I am a big fan. In fact, I’d do Tom Willett any service by becoming his sidekick, if I were him.



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