Every now and then Hero Complex Gallery likes to have secret screenings of movies in Los Angeles, and accompanying those screenings is always a cool new print commemorating the movie in some way. This past weekend brought another one of those screenings, and along with it came not just one but two new prints from ApeMeetsGirl.
This time, it was Batman Begins that was the secret screening, and the two prints act as a before and after of the home and training facility of Ra’s Al Ghul and The League of Shadows. Both contrast each other spectacularly and would look great together on a wall.
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Posted on Thursday, December 1st, 2016 by Jacob Hall
Mondo has always had a good eye for making pop culture posters that appeal to something primal in a specific fandom – their artists tap into imagery that remind us why we love something in the first place. And now, they’re coming for the ’90s kids.
The Austin-based art and collectibles company has officially announced their next gallery show, which will be based around Nickelodeon shows, touching on both the classic and recent entries in the network’s line-up.
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Now that it’s December, there’s no better time to get Gremlins out for a little holiday viewing. It’s not usually a big part of the array of holiday movies that hit TV like A Christmas Story, Elf, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation and so on, but it’s an outstanding Christmas movie for those who don’t need all the faux holiday cheer and would rather see little monsters wreak havoc on a small town.
In honor of Gremlins, the folks over at Mondo have released a couple new collectible prints from Matt Ryan Tobin and Glen Brogan. The two prints pay tribute to both Gremlins and the wacky, unabashed sequel Gremlins 2: The New Batch, and they’re both outstanding. Plus, there’s a batch of Gremlins enamel pins you can add to your collection.
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This was one of those lucky years when we were treated to the beauty of a stop-motion animated movie from those geniuses over at LAIKA. Kubo and the Two Strings didn’t arrive with much pomp and circumstance, but it was quite the satisfying theatrical experience for those of us who went out of our way to see it a couple months ago. For those of you who did catch it and fell in love with it, you might want to stay tuned to Mondo today to get your hands on some stunning new artwork.
Kubo and the Two Strings arrives on home video today, and Mondo is celebrating with a gorgeous new print by artist César Moreno. However, if you happen to be more of a fan of LAIKA’s first movie Coraline, then there are two new prints that might tickle your fancy even more. Check out the Mondo Laika prints after the jump. Read More »
For any sci-fi fan, it would be a dream come true to find a place where the characters from all your favorite sci-fi movies and TV shows existed in the same world. But unless we figure out how to travel to a parallel dimension where all those character that have been imagined over the years are real, we’ll have to settle for this new print from the Hero Complex Gallery show Sci-Scapes.
Artists Josan Gonzalez and Laurie Greasley created this insanely detailed piece of work that feels like a sci-fi version of Where’s Waldo. But rather than looking for the bespectacled, red and white striped sweater wearing explorer, you can just look at any part of this image and find someone or something from RoboCop, Total Recall, Akira, Alien, Stranger Things, Blade Runner, Predator and much more.
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It’s been almost exactly two years since iam8bit debuted a new art exhibit called Sequel featuring artwork from nearly 50 artists imagining what the posters for sequels that never happened might have looked like. Pieces included The Rocketeer: Crimson Skies, Spaceballs III: The Search for Spaceballs II, Top Gun 2 and more. Now we’re getting a sequel to Sequel.
Sequel 2 is coming to the iam8bit gallery in Los Angeles at the end of the month, and the first pieces from the follow-up show have artwork for unproduced sequels such as E.T. The Return, Being Jeff Goldblum, Who Shot Roger Rabbit?, Son of Scissorhands, Close Encouters 2: Reunion and more. Check out the pieces released from the Sequel 2 art show so far after the jump. Read More »
If you’re in the market for some cool new pop culture prints, today is your lucky day. Both Mondo and Bottleneck Gallery have a couple of new prints each inspired by a few movies that have plenty of fans.
Matt Taylor has an awesome new print for Star Wars: The Force Awakens featuring the Millennium Falcon traveling through hyperspace (teased above), while another print for the new installment of the saga also comes from Adam Relf. Meanwhile, over at Mondo there’s a new A Clockwork Orange print from Rory Kurtz as well as one for Bruce Lee’s Enter the Dragon by Jock.
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If you’re a regular /Film reader, then you know that we love collectible art inspired by film and television. Every single week there’s at least one awesome new piece of artwork paying tribute to the movies and TV shows that we love, and we even have some artists whose work we’re so excited to see. Now one of those artists provides some background in this little niche world of alternative movie posters for those who may not be well-versed in this hobby.
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MondoCon might be over, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t still some gorgeous prints to pick up from the collectible arthouse. Mondo opened up their latest show “Home” by Jason Edmiston and Ken Taylor last month as a kick off to the art convention, and it’s on display through November 5th. But for those who can’t check out the gallery, you can get your hands on some of the prints today for movies like Halloween, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, The Birds and Metropolis.
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One of the movies you may have missed towards the end of summer was Kubo and the Two Strings. The film came and went without much pomp and circumstance, but as yet another impressive, gorgeous stop-motion animated movie from those geniuses at LAIKA, it demands to be seen. Thankfully, the movie will arrive on home video just before Thanksgiving, making it the perfect holiday gift for that movie lover in your life.
But in the meantime, those of you who already saw Kubo and the Two Strings can try to get your hands on a gorgeous new print by artist Matt Ferguson. Check it out after the jump. Read More »