The Wall Street Journal has made a portrait of Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter in their iconic style for each of their respective reviews of the films throughout the years. Here is a composite of all seven.
The first five hedcuts (stipple portraits) featured below were commissioned for the print edition of the Journal to appear alongside Joe Morgenstern’s film reviews.
The sixth portrait in the set was drawn separately by Randy shortly after “Half-Blood Prince” appeared in theaters.
Now that the film series is coming to its dramatic conclusion, the Wall Street Journal decided to have Radcliffe immortalized in dots one last time. Here’s the latest work by artist Bonnie Gayle Morrill.