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Risa Rodil, an 18 year old graphic artist, who is very vocal for her love of The Hunger Games by showcasing her passion through her website and Tumbler, has designed excellent Hunger Games related artworks from infographic to posters and illustrations.
I was able to see her portfolio when I got intrigued on who made the poster of Effie Trinket’s quote“That is mahogany!” which was shared by the official Facebook page of the Hunger Games.
Below, you can find some of her creative fan art – a number of Hunger Games quotes and an infographic
All I can say is wow and awesome work! Keep it up!
I hope the creative minds of Lionsgate will hire you as their own graphic designer.
Swaylo has a very informative infographic regarding The Hunger Games fans. It is a detailed analysis which covered a lot of bases.
Females dominate the fan base, more than ¾, and Los Angeles and New York are the top two destinations where you’ll likely find a Hunger Games aficionado.
89% of the respondents are for Team Peeta and 11% only for Team Gale. Fans watch The Hangover and Toy Story movies as well as Glee and The Office TV series.
They like pop music as they prefer to listen to Lady Gaga, Adele and Katy Perry. During the movie, they’ll probably take a bite off an Oreo or Taco Bell and drink coffee from Starbucks or Coca-Cola softdrinks.
It seems that the success of Suzanne Collins Hunger Games trilogy will not be stopping anytime soon. After getting a great box office opening run of $152.5 Million and 170,000 sold copies of its soundtrack, Lionsgate already has a follow up project for its successful movie run by bringing The Hunger Games to console games.
According to David Hayes, Vice President of Digital Marketing at Lionsgate, games is already at the top of their mind since the start of getting rights to the series. They are moving cautiously, though, on entering this kind venture for they don’t want to disappoint the fans and give them an enjoyable experience through games.
When you think about it, creating games is one of the feasible things to do if a movie hits big time on the box office. Just like what they did with the Harry Potter franchise and Spider Man trilogy among others. The only question is what kind of game Lionsgate has on its mind to capture the hearts of gamers and fans to play The Hunger Games in console platforms? Anyway, for now, all we can do is to wait for the announcement.
Currently, there are two games already inspired by the movie. One is for the iOS entitled The Hunger Games: Girl on Fire and the other is on Facebook The Hunger Games Adventures which are both free to play.