I first discovered Boris Pelcer as this illustration based on Drive-director Nicolas Winding Refn's new film (shown) went viral across Twitter – after that, I never really looked away. With its sultry stare, dangerous edge and strange twists, The Neon Demon illustration is hypnotic, rich, compellingly detailed and loaded with emotion, but just a tippy toe into the depths of an eye-grabbing portfolio.

With clients including The New Yorker, The New Republic, The Atlantic, Newsweek and Bloomberg, it seems the rest of the world hasn’t taken their eyes off Boris either. And that’s not to mention his buzzing, brilliant personal work, just as incredible as his editorial and commercial commissions.

It was movie magazine Little White Lies who commissioned Boris to celebrate the upcoming film The Neon Demon on their front cover. Director Nicolas Winding Refn’s films are always highly stylised, divisive films - the 2011 thriller Drive being particularly well-received - and, from what we can tall, The Neon Demon - a racy horror about an aspiring model - will be no different.

Here, we’ve caught up with Boris to learn how he created such a eye-popping illustration for The Neon Demon, as well a look at the rest of his work, what inspires him and what’s he’s looking to in the future.

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