As you can already see, Thomas hits this one out of the ballpark. And one of the things that immediately struck me about this print was his depiction of Cobb (played by Leonardo DiCaprio in the film). I really like how he didn't feel the need to try to create some sort of photo realistic representation that looked exactly like DiCaprio, instead we get an artist's interpretation of the character and it's a powerful one at that. Kovach's Cobb is a broken down man, someone who's been in a fight or three and hasn't shaved since last Sunday. He's also way more badass looking than DiCaprio could ever appear (sorry Leo, it's true). In addition to his great character work Thomas does some wonderful things with color. Using the black of Cobb's suit as the image's background helps create that awesome infinity shot effect and really lends itself to many of the film's bigger themes, including reality/fantasy, identity (always a popular one) and of course Joseph Gordon Levitt's three piece suit.
This print is available for purchase through inPRNT! for $24.99 or $40, depending on the size you want. “Inception” is an open edition giclée and is printed on 100% cotton rag archival paper. To learn more about this artist checking out his blog, portfolio, and his inPRNT! artist page. He's also written a great blog post about his inspiration for the image, though be warned there are a few spoilers if you haven't already seen the film.